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Springfield Armory XDM 3.8 XDM9389BHC 9mm, $697

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The XDM offers the upgrades most wanted by the American shooter. These include higher capacity, more rail cuts, faster handling, and ergonomics closer to the Browning 1911 than the original XD.

Springfield Armory XDM 3.8 XDM9389BHC 9mm, $697

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The XDM arrived in a sophisticated attache case packed with accessories including (clockwise) three backstraps, a dual magazine pouch with adjustable tension plus Picatinny rails at both edges, an adjustable-tension belt slide holster, and possibly the best magazine loader we've tried. More XD Gear is available from Springfield Armory, including the weapon-light mount that features ambidextrous pressure switch panels.
By mounting the rear sight flush with the end of the slide, the shorter-barreled XDM 3.8 offered about the same sight radius as the original Four Inch Service model.
The difference in length between the 16-round XD Service model magazines (right) and the XDM magazines was small. But the grips they are housed in were very different in feel and orientation.

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