That may also explain why the .40 looks good on the ballistics charts and papers, but performs like the .25 acp on the street.
Anyone who honestly believes the statement above to be true needs to have their head checked by a shrink.
Having said that...
No handgun is a 100% guaranteed "death-ray".
This is why we train to shoot repeatedly until the threat is neutralized.
Anyone who expects a "one-shot-stop" is probably going to get killed one day.