.38/.357 doesn't have as big of a capacity, but the stopping power is much greater than a 9mm so it's worth the smaller capacity.
It's been my observation that 9 mm, (essentially the same diameter as .38/.357 give or take a couple thousandths) comes in 5 & 6 shot revolvers, typically compact frames for concealed carry. Not really a step forward in capacity by any means.I am wondering if purchasing a revolver in 9mm is worth it. Ammo cost is less, and they usually hold more cartridges than a 38/357. What are your opinions?
Charter armsNo moon clips, capacity 6 , yes I want One I have there 38 undercover lite and its squirrelly but fun and with five hundred rounds through it with out any problems
No moon clips on the Charter Pit Bull 9mm. The ejector of the Charter 9mm incorporates a spring loaded lip of steel that makes full contact with the rim of the rimless cartridge.So the 9mm doesn't have moon clips?
I've never seen one of those..They made a Ruger SP101 in 9mm. Great revolver with minimum sting.