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Old August 20, 2002, 03:02 PM   #100
BrokenArrow
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Yeah, except they started looking at 9mm pistols in 1946, and testing em in 1955, when most of the 45s were only 10-15 yrs old.

And the 9mm conversions they were looking at worked just fine; they included all the parts necessary. It was just too late; by M9 time, there were not enough "serviceable" 45s to work with, and they wanted a newer design.
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