Dan Wesson’s making his/its first 9mm 1911-style gun. It’s lighter, holds more bullets and still threads a needle (probably). Wilson Combat makes nines. Clearly, the .380 mania is over; compact nines like Ruger’s LC9 and Kimber’s Solo are the stow-‘n-‘go gun of the mo. It seems that the 9mm round has captured the mainstream market but good, with new models, low ammo prices, excellent hollow-points and, thus, more-than-merely adequate stopping power. As the Beatles intoned, number nine, number nine. Is there anything that can usurp the round’s predominance? Are you a nine guy? If so why? If not, why not?