Those of you who own and enjoy 1911s in 9mm, what is it about them that attracts you to them? I won’t say that I would never want or own one. But I guess I just think that the 1911 was made for shooting big, fat and slow 230 grain bullets. I’ve always thought that for 9mm it makes more sense to shoot one of the many polymer wonders, such as Glock 17 or 19. Or, if a person has an aversion to plastic, something like a CZ 75 or a Hi-power. Those guns were designed from the start with 9mm in mind. A 1911 in 45 holds 7+1 or 8+1 with standard mags, while a 9mm model usually holds about 9+1. Not sure that’s significant. Modern polymer duty 9mm guns hold 15-19 + 1- substantially more rounds. I’ve fired 9mm 1911s at the range, and I’ve like them. But I didn’t really see any advantage to them. Maybe some shooters feel a 9mm has less recoil. I can’t say I noticed a meaningful difference. I’m interested in hearing about why I should learn to love a 9mm 1911.