This is not a caliber issue, it is an accuracy under stress issue, capacity issue. But your mental rut caught you in a claiber/gun model smarminess preventing you from discerning what the heck this IS about.
BTW, I have beavertail grips and multiple caliber barrels for both of my Glocks. The 1911 grip alignment suits my shooting better. When I'm merely putting holes in paper, I enjoy my 1911s, but when I'm practicing rapid firing in fast reaction I prefer to only have a trigger to pull, regardless of double or single action. That's why I will alternately carry a CZ82, or a Bersa 9mm UC Pro, or a Glock 19 or a Glock 22. And I always have one or two extra mags along. I also varey the ammo I load with, according to the weather (cold weather I carry more ball ammo, less hollow point) and location interaction anticipated. As to your silly 'challenge': Have Nice Day
“Have Nice Day”
You wouldn’t know a nice day if it bit you in your @ZZ.