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Old 08-23-2011, 02:01 AM   #1
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So I picked up my XDm 9mm 4.5" today. I've only put 100rds through it but I LOVE it. It shoots so smoothly. Very little recoil. Quick follow up shots. It makes my amateur shooting look good lol.

Now I want to get a flashlight to mount on it. Any recommendations?

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Old 08-23-2011, 02:09 AM   #2
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youre going to love it. one of the most accurate pistols ive ever shot

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I hope yours serves you as well as mine has served/still serves me. No malfunctions to date!!

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This one was from about 35 feet and it was starting to get dark. I'm pleased with it lol



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About 15 feet but getting darker.



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This one was at 15 feet again but prettying dark outside.

Might I add that on that first photo I was shooting some cheap ammo that I won't buy again.
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So I picked up my XDm 9mm 4.5" today. I've only put 100rds through it but I LOVE it. It shoots so smoothly. Very little recoil. Quick follow up shots. It makes my amateur shooting look good lol.

Now I want to get a flashlight to mount on it. Any recommendations?
I just bought me a XDm 9mm 4.5" yesterday and put my Streamlight flashlight on it.
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RANGE REPORT:

So I went shooting earlier and I have to brag on my XDm 9mm. I had two boxes of old (one was old enough the price tag said $6.99....those were the days eh?) ammo one being a cheap Russian brand "Wolf" military special. My XDm cycled and fired every round perfectly. I put 300+ rounds through it just today without a single malfunction. That makes about ~800 total rounds so far flawlessly.

Might I add my buddy with me is a glock fan an he fell in love with my springer

Also I was having too much fun to think to take pics :P sorry guys

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You love it cause u apparently have never shot a Glock

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congrats!! i really like my 45 xdm. shoots way better than glock or m&p.

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