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Springfield Armory XD Mod.2 3.0-Inch Subcompact XDG9801HCSP 9mm Luger, $556

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
The 9mm model offered faster recovery time, had more round capacity, and was more compact than the 45 ACP model. It also cost slightly less.

Springfield Armory XD Mod.2 3.0-Inch Subcompact XDG9801HCSP 9mm Luger, $556

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The extended magazine on both pistols could pinch your finger if you are not careful.
The 9mm looks out of proportion with the extended magazine inserted, but the added grip gives it a full-size gun feel.
High round capacity is a plus, especially in the Mod.2 pistols, which are marginally larger than Springfield's single-stack pistols.

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