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Old 06-08-2010, 01:01 PM   #1
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As part of a trade I made a few months back (soldier was in Iraq), I picked up this all black XDm 9mm on Sunday. Haven't shot it yet but I can say I actually prefer the standard XD service grip & feel wise. This one will probably go on the sell/trade block very soon...

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Old 06-08-2010, 02:02 PM   #2
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A lot of people like the standard XD better...

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is the trigger any better than the xd? I do like the slide being angled instead of a block, but they did overdo the checkering and serrations imo.

How much are you wanting to get for it? Should be an easy sell, lots of folks still want one.

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is the trigger any better than the xd? I do like the slide being angled instead of a block, but they did overdo the checkering and serrations imo.

How much are you wanting to get for it? Should be an easy sell, lots of folks still want one.
The trigger doesn't feel that much different. I really prefer the feel of the standard XD...
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Just traded this one for another 1911, pix to follow later...

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Just traded this one for another 1911, pix to follow later...
Dude, you are like a foster family for wayward firearms. LOL!

A shooting buddy had to make the XD9 vs. XDm9 choice last year; he wanted the m for the grip but decided it wasn't worth it and got the regular XD.
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Dude, you are like a foster family for wayward firearms. LOL!
It's my job as all firearms need a good temporary home!
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Dang, we didn't even get a range report.

Who knows, I may do the same with my xdm40 bi-tone.
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