Welcome from Virginia.
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Welcome from Virginia.
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Welcome from Ky, excellant choice of a cc weapon.... welcome aboard,. there is also a nice xd forum, if interested......
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Welcome to the forum from SW Ohio.
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Welcome from Southwestern Virginia. Can't go wrong with a Springfield XD. I just wish the XD's were a little lighter and broke down like the Glock does. They are a little more difficult, depending on your hand strength of course. Very nice choice tho. I have an XD9sc, love it.
Glock 26 XD9sc
Ruger SR9c Ruger LCP
Welcome nice gun im hoping to upgrade soon to the 3.8
Welcome from Michigan!
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Welcome Aboard from the Truman Lake area of Missouri.
I have an XD9sc and it's a great little gun. No doubt you're lovin' your XDM!
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Welcome from Ohio .
Welcome from Wisconsin. I'm torn between the XD40 and the Glock 27. One or the other will end up in my hands. My cousin is a LEO and owns one of the XD something or others and she loves it.
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Welcome from GA
Gotta love a Springer!!
Welcome from South Carolina...
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Welcome from a Tennessee boy living in Indiana.....for now.
Welcome to the forum . Nice pistols you have there
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