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The original Remington Model 51 was chambered in 32ACP and 380ACP. Lower pressure cartridges that seemed to work good with the Pederson system. 9x19mm is a bit higher pressure round. Sounds like the R51 may be a failure from the get go.
We will see how it develops………….
The Pederson system just seems a bit primitive in light of the more modern pistol designs out there.