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Old October 20, 2008, 02:23 PM   #3
RickB
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Most everyone I know who has had an Open gun built in the last year, has had it chambered in 9mmP. The sole reason appears to be "cheap brass".
9x23 is a strengthened, lengthened 9mmP derivative, loaded to higher pressures than 9mmP or .38 Super. It was never really poplular in IPSC, and has all but disappeared from use (though I would much prefer it to any other .36" cartridge in a single stack 1911, if I had a need for terminal effect).
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