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    I love recoil....and the smell of burnt powder first thing in the morning.
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    Glad to see your XD's are holdin up! I love my XD .45. It pulls double duty as my duty weapon and my EDC. Couldn't be happier.

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    Love the ergonomics, features, trigger, shootability.....of my 4" 9. Field strips in seconds with no tools. Next one is the Sub Compact.
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    Just bought an XD40sc about a month ago and couldn't be more happy with it. I bought it to pocket carry in my oversized front hiking pants pockets when I am in the mountains on one of my frequent hiking trips. I have been amazed at how accurate I can shoot this thing. This is my third XD and I love them all.
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    Well, I did it - I picked up my second XDm9 3.8 Compact yesterday morning.

    My current XDm9 3.8 Compact has already seen about 7,000 rounds (bought new this past January). I wanted to stop putting too much more wear on her, but I realized from my last class with Bill Holcomb (Three Tango Firearms Training) that getting good practice running my true-EDC is simply critical.

    So, I decided to double-down, and buy a second to devote solely to class- and range-work.

    Given that it's going to be a class/range-gun, I figured that I'd get a little fancy . I got the bi-tone. 8)

    I put about 200 rounds through her (about 100 of the 147 gr. Federal HSTs that I've come to love, plus another 100 or so of my usual WWB range-fodder). Can't really say anything except that it shoots just like its older sister. :P

    There's truly very little excitement to be had, in buying a twin of something that you already own!

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