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Springfield Armory XD .40 Subcompact $429

Robmoo 343 97 April 13, 2011 at 07:38 PM in Sporting Goods (2)
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Buds Gun Shop has the Springfield Armory .40 Subcompact on sale for $429. This is the California legal model with 2 9 round magazines rather that 1 9 round and one of their extended magazines. I dislike their extend magazine. Their closest competitor is $470. This deal is just warm, but I doubt you'll find a lower price before the Christmas sales. Local shops in DFW are selling these for $530 or more. I've ordered mine along with a pair of Pearce Grip plates to give my pinky a place to rest. My CHL should be here in the middle of next month.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catal...s_id/32489

Tax for Kentucky buyers.

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Springfield Armory (Springfield Inc)

Made of sturdy polymer the Springfield Armory (Springfield Inc) XD Pistol is sure to withstand anything you can put it through. With the Ultra Safety Assurance Action Trigger System the Springfield Armory (Springfield Inc) XD Pistol gives you a comfortable trigger pull with safety in mind. Durable, reliable and lighter than most popular competitive models the Springfield Armory (Springfield Inc) XD Pistol may be just what you want by your side.

•Springfield Armory (Springfield Inc) XD Pistol
•Model: XD 40 Semi-Automatic
•Manufacturer Number: XD9802SP06
•Size: Sub Compact
•Action: Signle Action Only
•Caliber: 40 S&W
•Capacity: 9 + 1
•Barrel Length: 3 Inch
•Frame: Polymer
•Grips: Black
•Sights: Fixed
•Includes:
◦2 Magazines (2) 9 Round
◦Belt Holster
◦Double Magazine Pouch
◦Magazine Loader
◦Lock
•Finish: Matte
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#2
Good price for this gun, even if it is the lib-edition.
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I love my XDM 9mm with the 3.8 inch barrel. I bought at the right time and received 2 more magazines and another holder for FREE. I think that deal ended in December though. You can't go wrong buying any XD
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Quote from Wheelman View Post :
Good price for this gun, even if it is the lib-edition.
We have to be friendly to our California friends once in a while. You can always buy the hi-cap mags later--but make sure to buy them with the sleeve since this is the SC.

I have this some gun in 9mm. Fantastic piece. It has never jammed on me. And who knew a 3" barrel could be so accurate at 25+ yards.

I highly suggest a CTAC or MTAC holster if you plan on this being a CCW.
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Just a quick note about Bud's. I bought a weapon from themlast month and both their shipping and price was great. It was great transaction until I found out that the cc I used with them had the info stolen and charges made on it. Not sure what they are doing or not doing to protect people's info but it left a bad taste in my mouth to say the least.
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Is this just as thick as the normal XD? Reason I ask is for CC a lower profile is a lot less bulky. I shot my buddy's 9mm XD (5") before he got rid of it and really liked the feel, so if this guy is any thinner it might be perfect.
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Quote from jahlers View Post :
I love my XDM 9mm with the 3.8 inch barrel. I bought at the right time and received 2 more magazines and another holder for FREE. I think that deal ended in December though. You can't go wrong buying any XD
+1. I love my XDM9 3.8. It is a little bulky for concealed carry (what I bought it for) but it is a great great gun.
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I stopped playing with plastic guns when I was 5.

-quote by my coworker (we shoot guns all day long)
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Quote from iancole View Post :
+1. I love my XDM9 3.8. It is a little bulky for concealed carry (what I bought it for) but it is a great great gun.
Try the MTAC or CTAC holster... you will thank me... hug

No... I do not work for them.
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Is this just as thick as the normal XD? Reason I ask is for CC a lower profile is a lot less bulky. I shot my buddy's 9mm XD (5") before he got rid of it and really liked the feel, so if this guy is any thinner it might be perfect.
You might want to look at Kahrs.
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Hi Neo, Yes, the XD40SC is just as thick as a full size XD. It's height and length is just smaller though.. Springfield's webpage will have the detailed specs...or just Google it.. The XD SC's are great for concealed carry.
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Go with the XD-M model. It's an improvement on an already great gun.
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I stopped playing with plastic guns when I was 5.

-quote by my coworker (we shoot guns all day long)
LOL, that's too bad. There aren't very many guns made today without some plastic, but if you like the classics, then you're all set.

I have many older guns (and replicas) which my bro and I use for cowboy shoots. They are very fun to use, tho you will never find me on a daily basis carrying a single action six shooter.
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Is this MA Legal?
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TU and repped for a good price on this gun.

I've been half-looking for a deal on the 3.8" XDM .40S&W for a while (and just noticed the new Compact version). Anybody seen a good price (especially in AL)?
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