It depends on what match are you participating in ... for example in IPSC (or USPSA) the .38super is used to gain better scoring (stronger ammo basically) where 9mm would be unsafe ... and so on ...1911Lieber said:It does feel like a .22 especially after I shoot my .45. It's amazing how much faster and more accurately I can shoot my 9mm. I debated on getting a .38 super, but decided on the 9mm due to ammo costs. What are the advantages of the .38 super besides being a better defensive round. I see many of my fellow match shooters shooting .38 super vs. 9mm.
I tried to talk to Kimber C/S, emailed them photo's and they said I had to return it at my expense (overnight FedEx $50.00) so that they could take a look at it, I couldn't reason with them... it really irked me so I just fixed the dang thing myself and be done with it.Dobe said:Slide cracked, and you still have it? Why didn't you send it back?
Hate to say you spent the money for nothing but the problem could have been your magazines. I was given ONE from the factory with my new 9mm and it STINKS so bad I won't even use it to charge my gun.ramburgy said:Thank your lucky stars! My 9mm is a piece of junk! Won't feed, eject or lock back!