Regarding the often used picture above, I see it all the time but never see any info as to what manufacturer was used. I also never see any info as to why they chose lower velocity .40S&W rounds when much more comparable (to the 9mm velocities) ones are available? In fact I have never even seen a .40S&W with that low a velocity before. Every rating I have ever seen in in the 950-1500 range (depending on grain) and I have never personally chronographed one under 970. They also chose a smaller .357sig bullet when heavier ones (more similar to the 147gr 9mm they chose) are available with equally as high velocity ratings. Those 9mm rounds also seem to be towards the high end of what the round is capable of and not the low end like the other calibers. Especially that 147gr 9mm. Anyone have any info regarding this photo and why such "mismatched" representations where chosen? It almost seems like the photo was meant to be very "pro-9mm."