It's a Glock, so 14x longer than a 1911
I'm not talking about a 1911's reliability here. I'm referring to the durability of a revolver.
A Glock shooting 10mm repeatedly will be very different after thousands of rounds when compared to a Glock shooting 9mm over thousands of rounds.
It has nothing to do with Glock but the nature of a higher pressure cartridge. The same can be said for 40 S&W and 357 Sig. All of these rounds increase the slide velocity compared to lower pressure cartridges like 9mm and 45 ACP.
If you're gonna talk about Glock, I would say comparing a Kimber Eclipse 10mm vs a Glock 20 will prove that the 1911's metal frame can probably take more of a beating after taming the high pressure cartridge for so long.
Again, this discussion is not about 1911s. It is about the effectiveness of revolvers at shooting high pressure rounds. They will always be more durable than semi autos.
Please try to avoid using red herrings in this discussion.