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Old 02-10-2013, 01:21 AM   #1
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I just got the.40 xdm compact and love it put about 1000 rounds through it no problems.

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Old 02-11-2013, 05:12 AM   #2
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I just got the.40 xdm compact and love it put about 1000 rounds through it no problems.
Nice! I'm considering an XD for my wife. How's the trigger pull?
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Trigger pull is smooth, no problems..

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Trigger pull is smooth, no problems..
She prefers a short, soft trigger pull. I ha her shoot a Ruger LC9 and he hated it. To long and stiff. Hahaha

Whereas, my brother in law has a Browning Buckmark .22 with a very short, soft pull, and she really enjoyed it. We'll see what I can find. So far it's between an XDM or Taurus either 9mm or .40
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I shot both .40 and 9mm . .40 was way smoother , it is a pretty soft pull too!!

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I shot both .40 and 9mm . .40 was way smoother , it is a pretty soft pull too!!
Thanks I'll keep that in mind.
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Triggers are the same imo (and I think literally as well). Being a Glock guy I just bought an XDS 45 and have ordered a XDMc 3.8 9mm. The XDS is exactly like Glock trigger. The XDm I have dry fired in the shop was much softer. However I hate the regular XD triggers. You need to pull way too far to engage. FWIW I am getting the 9mm cuz my Glock are all 40 and 45...

Basically the XDm line is exactly between the Glock and XD line and therefore now my favorite. Major selling point for me is the match barrel. Basically a Glock but accurate out of the box.

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