This is due to the diminished muzzle blast produced by the 9mm bullets in the twin 5″ barrels, which even when exiting the muzzles at slightly different times, affect each other trajectories less significantly that the twin .45 bullets.
The AF2011- A1 Second Century .38 Super Auto faces the world market truly as a competition gun for a potential new competition discipline, where enhanced metallic silhouette knock down power and paper hit count would make the difference. The new AF2011-A1 .38 Super Auto Handgun will be available to the world market starting from Spring 2014, in the already popular black and stainless finishes, with both fixed and adjustable sights. Prices will be the same as per the .45 versions.
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