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    Spent casings exit out the right side.
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    I looked at a few at the gun show, and it appears that the extractor is at the top of the chamber, not at the right side. Is that the case?
    What you're seeing is the loaded chamber indicator. The extractor is internal (but completely unlike a 1911 extractor).

    http://www.xd-hs2000.com/disassembly...assembly3.html

    And a pic from somewhere on the internet, showing a comparison between Glock and XD slides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peacefuljeffrey View Post
    Do you carry that gun, or plan to use it for home defense, in its modified state?

    I hope you are buddies with the local prosecutor. Isn't the conventional wisdom that if the guy's anti-gun, he might try hard to skewer you because you used a modified, extra-deadly gun?
    It is my carry gun, if that is conventional wisdom, then I don't subscribe to it.

    The only modification that I would worry about is one that would make the gun fire without me pressing the trigger, and I would never get such a mod.

    The trigger job makes my gun more accurate for me to shoot therefore it reduces my chance of a shot going somewhere I don't want it to go. Which is a much bigger concern then some prosecutors tying to go after me becuase I have modified my gun. The important thing is weather or not you should have shot....period.

    Fact is my finger does not go on that trigger unless I intend to pull it.

    I am trusting my life to this weapon so I will do what ever I think I can to make it the best for me, and that happens to include a trigger job, TFO sights, a solid steel guide rod, a heavier spring and decal grips.

    YMMV

    Just my opinion
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