Easy enough. Just get yourself a timer and have someone run you some increasingly demanding drills. Do it on a few different days and average the results. That will provide you with an "answer" relative to you. You can review the results and judge them against your desires and expectations. Once you establish a baseline for one caliber, for yourself, you can then compare how the different recoil impulses, slide velocities and muzzle blast effects may affect your consistent performance among the different calibers. Only you can decide how much of any observed differences recorded may be important to you. How it works out for someone else only matters to that someone else. Different strokes.