I do not NEED to prove an opinion gained over 3 decades of LE experience. The 45 has kinetic energy and is great for knocking over steel plates and bowling pins. That hardly means it is as effective on the street as a gun that holds almost twice as much ammo in a package that is significantly smaller and lighter.
What does the size and capacity of the gun have to do with whether the round is anemic or not.
A gun the size of a G19 could be made to hold a whole bunch of .22lr. That wouldn't make the 9mm more anemic than .22lr.
Are we talking about the round or the platform it's fired from?
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Last edited by Sport45; September 5, 2012 at 09:33 PM.
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