Yup... Marlin made them. The Camp 45 or also Model 45 and it even uses a standard 1911 magazine. I have several Model 9 or Camp 9s, and yes, they are in 9mm Luger. The 9mm variant uses a standard issue S&W 59 pistol mag. These were made from '85 to '99, and never had a big following, but are now getting exceedingly hard to find and have gotten fairly expensive. The Camp 45 are very difficult to find, the 9mm seems to be the most common, and there is also a third, the Model 922 in .22 Mag. I have a line on one locally, so I can have all 3 models. Also, a deluxe version of the three was also available with a checkered stock.
The important thing is, if purchased, buy a quality recoil buffer and a quality recoil spring. I've seen the back blown/cracked out of the rear of the receiver and the stock crack because it was shot with out a buffer. All of mine have the BlackJack buffer and Wolff recoil springs of various weights, even got some spares, depending on the ammo. These work on the blow back principle, the bolt I'd hazard a guess, weighs maybe a half pound, it's a healthy hunk of steel. In basic operation and design, it's just like a Marlin Model 60 only centerfire and supersized. One nice thing I love, they don't have the black rifle look, they maintain the classic look. You can attach a scope or red dot and due to very little, if any recoil, make excellent long rifle starter weapons.
Camp 45, I have an old 4x shotgun scope thats gonna go on it.
Camp 9/Model 9, one is still in the box, I brought as NOS from a dealer. Not shown, but in the box, the factory even included a mag limiting plate to limit the magazine to 4 rounds....for hunting purposes.
Several pistol caliber carbines to choose from