With most new introductions in the concealed carry handgun market focused on polymer-frame striker-fired handguns, it is good to see that Springfield Armory has catered to the rest of us with a modern, polymer-frame double-action first-shot handgun with a decocker.
Why does one particular Shooter’s Log writer keeping calling the Springfield XD “the best of the worst?” Find out why in this extended “review” of what Springfield Armory could do to make the XD series the perfect pistol.
Like all XDs, the Mod.2 .45ACP Sub-Compact is no exception and comes stacked with features—striker status indicator, loaded chamber indicator, grip-safety, internal firing pin block, and the Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) Action Trigger System. Read this article to learn more.
For 2015, Springfield has another winner that will leave nothing but empty spaces on the shelves and retailers screaming for more. The Springfield XD Mod.2 with Grip Zone is a concealed carry dream. Read this article to learn more…
Viridian releases a trigger-guard-mounted REACTOR green laser for the increasingly popular Springfield Armory XDS handgun.
Springfield Armory’s XD and XD-S lines have a rabid following for a few reasons: reliability, accuracy, and features. Which is great news now that Springfield has released the XD-S Mod.2 in .45 ACP—one of America’s favorite self-defense calibers. This is the latest edition of Springfield’s most popular pistol, engineered in a slim, single-stack frame, holding 6 rounds of .45 ACP in a premiere concealed-carry firearm.
Some things just go together like peanut butter and jelly or Springfield’s XD-S and the Crimson Trace Laser Guard. The combination provides all you could ask for in a small, sleek, easy to conceal pistol with the enhanced accuracy potential of a laser.
Springfield Armory is introducing a Flat Dark Earth (FDE) color-tone variant in several categories, starting with the M1A Loaded Precision Adjustable Stock Rifle and the XD-S 3.3-inch pistol in 9mm and .45 ACP chamberings.
Guest blogger Annette Doerr, an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer describes how she was debating between the Glock 19, Smith & Wesson M&P and the Springfield Armory XD-9 before making her first 9mm pistol purchase. After comparing all the safety features the XD offers, Annette is glad she chose the Springfield over any of the others. Here is why…