You are correct because the .9mm is far more popular however, they often do not stop the person dead in their tracks. They will indeed die later but that wasn't what I was talking about.
Sorry, I went back and re-read what you typed. I did misread it. I thought you said .40's etc, would stop a man in his tracks while the 9 wouldn't.
I've personally seen people shot multiple times with a .9mm and they are very much capable of still shooting back at you. Not so much with the larger rounds.
Well now I'm not sure. I can tell you that people shot with larger rounds can still shoot back. THAT comes down to shot placement; in which case, it would be a wash.
A man shot in the heart still has 10 seconds of oxygen in the brain. At least according to an FBI study I read on caliber size effectiveness.
I'd love to hear more about the "people" you've seen shot multiple times with a 9mm. LED...or grew up in a bad neighborhood?