For a long time it was conventional wisdom that .22 long was among the deadliest man killing rounds available....of course seems like that was just based on gross results. I reckon a lot of those fatalities were self inflicted which helps with shot placement... Assuming it was true at all.
Many years ago I had an acquaintance who's wife went after him with their little Ruger target pistol. It was reported around the neighborhood that she emptied the 10 rd. mag into him after he crossed the line one boozy evening. As I recall she was in the hospital almost a week longer than he was....I'll keep my Bulldog.
My other 9 is a pure 1911 chassis with a smaller pipe. Not sure if the bushing will accept a .45 barrel but regular mags fit. I understand the change in geometry from the converted mags and chamber orientation has something to do with it (ftf's). The heavier rounds seem to cause the slide to cycle better, delivering a bit more force when feeding the new cartridge. I imagine a spring replacement might help. Wasn't that long ago I finally established it was a mass issue. I've got a few things to order when I have the time to tinker. Although I'm not entirely sure how a new spring will actually change anything if it's about the velocity of the return cycle. I drive 'em, I don't build 'em so maybe I should just feed her what she'll swallow. I had read a post on some board mentioning that the 92 could be fickle. No idea why. Looks pretty straightforward.
And that kind of shit is why I prefer wheel guns.
The avatar change was me playing with buttons, which I should realize by now, are not toys........how's that for an obscure reference? All my good gifs are "too small" for this new platform, evidently. and no way to just flip it over. Oh well.