no, i'm not impressed with a 6.7", 27 oz blowback DA, which offers a whopping 220 ft lbs. An alloy compact 1911 is 24 ozs, 6.7" long, offers 700+ ft lbs, in a gun that's far easier to hit with, on the draw and repeat hits, both. U wanna settle for what amounts to a .22 rimfire rifle sort of "power' in your sidearm, you are an ignoramus.
Since you've never shot one or carried one, you have no basis from where to speak.
The Mak is a good carry pistol for several reasons. Slim, safe, smooth action, utterly reliable, very accurate, tough, NEVER jams, low recoil, etc.
Never, ever jams, NEVER. You obviously have no clue how important THAT is.
BTW, anyone who says that a Mak is in the .22LR realm of killing power has no real first hand experience in the field, can't do math at all, and simply doesn't know the facts. Basically such a person is simply talking out of his rectal orifice.
The 9x18mm Mak fires a 115gr Brown Bear at only 90fps slower than a 9x19mm G26 fires a 115gr Federal.