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NCSU08MS3 03-22-2011 02:24 AM

XDM9C & SR9C together (Gun Porn inside)
 
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Took some pictures of my XDM9C and SR9C (soon to be my dad's SR9C). The last two are the same pictures but I liked the way the cartoon effect and the threshold alteration looked so thought I'd share that too.

Phillip

4tun8 03-26-2011 04:33 PM

Looks good. Can you provide any insight between the 2? I've narrowed down my next gun between those 2 or a glock 26., but im still not sure 100% which one i want yet.

Olympus 03-27-2011 04:52 PM

How about some photos of the two side by side, shot from the rear for comparison of the thickness?

NCSU08MS3 03-28-2011 12:19 AM

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Originally Posted by 4tun8 (Post 473171)
Looks good. Can you provide any insight between the 2? I've narrowed down my next gun between those 2 or a glock 26., but im still not sure 100% which one i want yet.

As I mentioned the SR9C is about to become my Dad's, so as you can tell I picked the XDM over the SR9C. The biggest differences for me was the grip, the XDM grip is thicker than the SR9C which felt better in my hand, but my dad liked the slimmer grip. From the factory the SR9C came with the grip pinkie extension for the compact magazine, but Pearce Grips just came out with an extension for the XDM that I just purchased.
The price of the SR9C was much cheaper than the XDM but the XDM definetly looks and feels better quality to me.
The XDM is easier to take down than the SR9C.
XDM is a little heaver at 27 oz where the SR9C is 24 oz and I think you can definitely feel the difference when holding them.
The SR9C trigger is locked in the "pulled" position when not cocked where the trigger on the XDM remains mobile cocked or uncocked.
All that said they both shoot well, I haven't put nearly as many rounds through the SR9C as the XDM but they both shoot much better than I can haha!

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Originally Posted by 1911GripMaker (Post 473943)
How about some photos of the two side by side, shot from the rear for comparison of the thickness?

I'll see what I can do in the next couple days.

Phillip

NCSU08MS3 03-29-2011 12:59 AM

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Originally Posted by 1911GripMaker (Post 473943)
How about some photos of the two side by side, shot from the rear for comparison of the thickness?

See here: http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f15/sr9c-vs-xdm9c-side-side-comparison-photos-40452/

Phillip


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