Ever heard of the .356 TSW? It’s a souped-up 9mm running at high enough pressure to get good result from  compensators…

Satisfying The Need For Speed. On a LabRadar chronograph at my range, the new .356 loads churned up some impressive performance. Out of a 4.5″ G17 barrel, 1995 production Cor-Bon 124-gr. averaged 1,432 feet per second (fps), and 2019 production Underwood 124-gr. averaged 1391. Cor-Bon’s new 115-gr. Sierra JHP averaged 1,612 fps for a tad over 650 foot pounds of energy (fpe). Underwood’s current similar loading with a 115-gr. Nosler JHP turned in an average 1,568 fps. Recoil was snappy but manageable, about like a .357 SIG or a hot-loaded .40 S&W, or a wee bit more. All recovered Starline brass appeared normal.

Source: The .356 TSW – Making a Comeback?