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Old 01-13-2015, 01:29 AM   #1
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After three years I finally got my XD, I got the 4" service model .45acp full package. The price tag was $579.99 but the clerk messed up a week ago and said he would price match (new employee) well they couldn't price match but I got it for $479.00 ($535.00) after tax. new XD owner - XD Forum

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Old 01-15-2015, 08:26 AM   #2
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After three years I finally got my XD, I got the 4" service model .45acp full package. The price tag was $579.99 but the clerk messed up a week ago and said he would price match (new employee) well they couldn't price match but I got it for $479.00 ($535.00) after tax. new XD owner - XD Forum

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I have had one for over six+ years and it's never missed a beat. Good shooting handgun easy to take care of. It has a really tough recoil spring Assy. it will last for many years.
You got a good deal also.
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I am hoping to go out and shoot her today
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how do you like it...how does it shoot
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XD's are boringly reliable. Enjoy it, you made a great choice.
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thanks everyone, I will admit I have not shot it yet. I wanted too but got called into work and it is hard to turn down overtime
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Excellent pistol. I have had mine about 8 years, 10,000+ rounds through it, 0 malfunctions. Just replaced the recoil spring, not due to malfunction, was just time to do it.
Installed a Powder River Precision Trigger kit in it, made a world of difference.


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Installed a Powder River Precision Trigger kit in it, made a world of difference.
I'll second that; I put a PRP Ultimate Match Target Trigger Kit ($135) on my XD9. It made a good pistol even better; took the trigger pull down from 5.5lbs to 3.5lbs, reduced the travel and gave a much shorter positive trigger reset. It took a little work but well worth doing.
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