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  1. Dec 28, 2002 · Most of my 9mm 1911 shooting is with a Colt series 70. It has almost no problems with feeding almost anything I run through it. My ammo selection has been based on performance (accuracy/precision) and price rather than reliability. I have found my 1911 really performs best with 124gr 9mm.

  2. Feb 02, 2019 · Ammo Have 9mm – Switch to .38 Super This is an easy one. 9mm and .38 Super are sister calibers in this case. Your list is very short… Barrel Recoil Spring Magazine Ammo Have 10mm – Switch to 40S&W Again, sister calibers. 10mm and 40S&W have an equally short list. Barrel Recoil Spring Magazine Ammo Have 9mm (or .38S) – Switch to 10mm (or 40S&W)

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  4. While some 1911 type pistols have a reputation as being picky with ammo, the best and most reliable ammo for a 1911 is often new factory full metal jacket, or FMJ, ammunition. Recommended Ammo From AmmoForSale.com Best Defensive Ammo For 1911 20 Rounds of 230gr JHP .45 ACP Ammo by Speer Best Range Ammo For 1911

  5. May 15, 2006 · Add to that the labor for a gunsmith to fit everything, put it together, and tune your mags, because 9mm mags need tuning, and the Performance Center .38 Super from Smith looks pretty good for $1600 or so. In short, to convert a .45, could cost $800, on top of the gun you start with. Actually, that makes a Glock 17 for $400 look real good.

  6. FBI Recommended Ammo. In fact, a departmental study by the FBI’s Training Division determined that the 9mm Luger pistol round is the best option for law enforcement handguns because it penetrates far enough, enables the shooter to carry more rounds and is more widely available than alternative rounds like the .45 ACP.

  7. Oct 20, 2008 · I was just thinking how it may be nice to have a 9mm slide for my 1911. After reading through some of the 9mm/38 super threads i see its isnt simply a slide swap like my .22 conversion. I would prefer 9mm over 38 super just because of ammo avaliability and it would just be used to suppliment live fire training with the pistol. So this leads me ...

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