Originally Posted by GunHo
That is what I am affraid of; getting my next 1911 in .45, and finding myself shooting my 9mm more and I don't want to put too much wear on my 1911 9mm. I absolutely love how the 1911 feels in my hand and having it in a 9mm seems to be the perfect balance for intermediates like me that just shoot paper. Despite the lower cost in bullets, the 9mm is that much more enjoyable. After reading all the post, I'm convince to get a 2nd 1911 in 9mm again instead of a .45...
And by the way, very nice 1911's. My next 1911 9mm will be in black.
That is about number eleventy billion on the list of things you need to worry about. The 9mm doesn't beat a frame (neither does a 45 for that matter). A hot rodded 'Super might...MIGHT...but the 1911 frame will take all the rounds you want to send down the pipe. ESPECIALLY 115gr ball practice ammo.
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Surprize me...hose out your mangina, quit whining and actually DO something.