9mm guys, will you switch in a post-ban era?

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by SoldMyHat, Dec 19, 2012.


  1. So, a majority of the debate in 9mm vs 45acp comes to capacity vs power. I know there are other arguments, but that's what I hear the most. So my question is, if a 10 round magazine limit is instated, will you switch to 40sw or 45acp or stay with 9mm in handguns that can hold 10 in either caliber?

    I am kind of leaning that, if I can only have 10, I might as well have the biggest 10 I can.
     

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  2. I would go with .357 sig... If im limited to only 10 rds
     

  3. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

    You make a good question to ponder. I dont think many would change over but some would consider/look at it. Plus are they gonna ban new sales or completely restrict 10+ mags. Heck some companies dont even make 10 rounders but may have to soon. Everyone is anxious about this possible AWB.

    In the last ban people were able to keep their "hi-caps" if they were bought before the ban.







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    #3 TSAX, Dec 19, 2012
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  4. I will have plenty of hi-cap mags so it's really not going to be a factor. Now if I were just starting out and was limited to 10 I would probably go with .45 in a full size gun, but the other calibers would still have a place in subcompacts.
     
  5. Merkavaboy

    Merkavaboy Code-7A KUZ769

    Would I switch? No.
     
  6. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member
    CLM

  7. Probably grandfather in stuff, but with a no-sale and no-will clause. And if you shoot em, mags wear out, break, start to malfunction. I am sure repair parts will be illegal as well.
     
  8. Already have before this BS even started, 40 and 45 here.
     
  9. Berto

    Berto woo woo

    No. I like 9mm.
     
  10. LASTRESORT20

    LASTRESORT20 LongTerm-Guy

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    9mm is Good for many
     
  11. I've been thinking about this the last couple of days and came up with this answer as well.
     
  12. No as my carry gun is a g26 as it is.
     
  13. Living in Kommifornia, we have been stuck w/ 10+1 for some time. My XD45c is the same size as a G19, same round count out here. When, not if, we return to the AWB & 10rd mags, you'll see a significant drop in full size guns being sold. It happened last time. That was when the compct boom started. Why carry a G17 w/ 10+1, when you can carry a G26, etc. If you can shoot a larger caliber, round count will no longer be a deciding factor.
    IMO, start planning for it, the AWB will be a permanent law next year. I hate to say I told you, but for all those that just had to vote their conscious instead of Romney. PBO was just waiting for something like this to happen so they could capitalize on it & they will. So now we get a more severe gun control & a crappy Euro style economy. Thank a liberal or libertarian for this one.:steamed:
     
    #13 fredj338, Dec 19, 2012
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  14. Dukeboy01

    Dukeboy01 Pretty Ladies!

    I'll stick with 9mm and a G26 most of the time.
     
  15. Exactly!!! :steamed:
     
  16. I'll stick with my 9's: the compact, full size and long slide.
     
  17. I've got plenty of magazine for my Glock 19 & 20 and my Beretta 92FS.
    If I had to, I'd carry my GP-100 with extra speed loaders. See the sheeples eyes pop open when they see that strapped to my waist! :supergrin:
     
  18. NDCent

    NDCent Socially Inept

    They don't make extended mags for my .25 cal. Raven, so, I'm good to go as is.
     
  19. Having lived through the '94 AWB, I have acquired several lifetimes worth of 17 round G17 magazines and will be sticking with the 9mm for the foreseeable future regardless of what the jerks in DC do to us.
     
  20. SCmasterblaster

    Millennium Member

    Yes, indeed. When the new AWB gets passed, my 32-ounce G17 will get replaced by a 48-ounce Springfield Armory M1911A1 .45 pistol with nine rounds of +p 255gr LSWC at 860 FPS. I'll have to wait another ten-years for the AWBII to expire.
     

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