This is a discussion on Put the XD in lay-a-way within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; XD is a great choice. Having owned Glocks for 20 years now, I had a chance to shoot an XD and realized what a better ...
XD is a great choice. Having owned Glocks for 20 years now, I had a chance to shoot an XD and realized what a better gun it is. Good luck.
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Congrats on the XD. I had an XD45 Service on layaway for a while but had to cancel it when I needed the cash to help out my best friend. Right now I'm paying off a G19, was going to pay it off next week but last week's root canal and crown ruined that plan ... to the tune of $2500!
I just traded for a XD9 V-10.
Have not had the chance to shoot it yet. Looks pretty cool though!
I have the XDsc 9mm and love to shoot it!
but Im fat so its hard to conceal it with it's thickness.
In my research I found that the XD was making impressions on Glock owners as well as the new buyers. And all I hear is good about them. It feels more like a 1911, which I carry most of the time. There is anything and everything avaliable you can imagine to get for it, and that's mostly what swayed my decision over the Taurus.
Very nice choice. It is stainless. I like 'em all. I saw the desert sand yesterday and it was nice also. I hard chromed my 9mm sc to look like yours.
Well then i guess the black slides are just not forged stainless. I was thinking of bead blasting my black slide and no can do like you can with say a S&W M&P.
I guess i found out the first thing i don't like about the XD's then.
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I love my XD9sc, hope you love your XD too!
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I'm very anxious to get it. I've went several times to get a nice poly pistol and always something else caught my eye. Well, I can't say that there weren't several there that had me swaying and casting glances their way. I almost lost it when I checked out the EMP and the STI compact but I stuck to the plan and I do feel really good about my decision. I missed a great deal several weeks ago from the same dealer. He had a HK P2000 compact that he was giving me a super deal on. I took several days to think about it and it was gone when I went back.
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That'd be one perfect mutant baby! :p
please excuse me, but I can't figure out which one you chose? is it the XD40? and do they make a .357 sig barrel for it?
I started with a .45 service and the rumors are true...it quickly multiplied into a 9mm service...and if I am not careful a .40 will be quick to follow. I too am a bug 1911 fan, but those XD's are great firearms, and I love me some great firearms.
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And it was really nice. I might like the 40 ca. the best becuase of the size but I am a 45 ACP freak. What do you think?