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Springfield XD(M)


Semi-Automatic Pistol (2006)


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The Springfield XDM semi-automatic pistol, based on the Croatian HS2000, is an upgraded form of the original HS Produkt HS2000-Springfield XD model line.



Authored By: Staff Writer | Last Edited: 11/02/2016 | Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com | The following text is exclusive to this site.
The Springfield Armory XDM is an updated form of the earlier XD model series, itself born from the Croatian HS Produkt HS2000. The original HS2000 was imported to the United States by way of Intrac before Springfield noticed the design. It joined into a license production agreement with HS Produkt and delivered the XD from there, giving rise to a collection of enthusiasts who support the weapon as a solid alternative to the market-dominant Glocks originating from Austria. In 2006, HS Produkt took a second look at their HS2000 design and revitalized it some, incorporating a match-grade barrel assembly, revised slide details, new grip stippling and interchangeable backstaps for customizability by the shooter.

The weapon has since been introduced into the American market by Springfield Armory, Incorporated as the "XD(M)".

Polymers have been used where possible to save on weight and the internal action is striker-fired (semi-automatic). The lines of the pistol remain clean and almost futuristic-looking but still traditional as modern semi-automatics go. All of the requisite levers and buttons are in their usual place as is a front and rear sight pairing. Ribbing along the slide is found at both the rear and front sides of the slide giving the shooter some flexibility when racking. A small section of rail is seen under the barrel aft of the muzzle for installation of aimers and tactical flashlights - something of a requirement with modern shooters.

The pistol breaks down into four major components - the grip and frame, the barrel, the recoil spring and slide assembly. A trigger safety and internal firing pin safety are standard as is another safety device found along the backstrap. A loaded chamber indicator, growing in popularity with semi-automatics, is also a great visual indicator of the current loaded state of the weapon.

The XD(M) is marketed in several forms: the 3.8" Model and its Compact counterpart, the 4.5 Model and its OSP Full Size counterpart as well as a threaded barrel model, and the 5.25" Competition Series Model. Depending on variant, chamberings cover 9mm, .40S&W, and .45 ACP.

Users have compared the operation of the XD(M) favorably with that of the Glock family of guns.

Specifications



Service Year
2006

Origin
United States national flag graphic
United States

Classification


Semi-Automatic Pistol


Springfield Armory, Incorporated - USA
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(OPERATORS list includes past, present, and future operators when applicable)
Pistol / Sidearm
Compact design for close-quarters work or general self-defense.
Silenced
This weapon is either inherently silent/suppressed or can be made so through special assembly added at the muzzle, specialized subsonic ammunition or a combination of both.


Overall Length
171 mm
6.73 in
Barrel Length
114 mm
4.49 in
Empty Wgt
0.66 lb
0.30 kg
Sights


Fixed Iron


Action


Striker-Fired; Semi-Automatic; Short Recoil-Operated

Semi-Automatic
One shot per trigger pull; self-loading or auto-loading action aided by internal mechanism; trigger management (and initial cocking) typically required by the operator; subsequent shots are aided by the unlocked / moved bolt.
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Caliber(s)*


9x19mm Parabellum; .40 S&W; .45 ACP

Sample Visuals**


Graphical image of a 9mm pistol cartridge
Graphical image of a .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson) pistol cartridge
Rounds / Feed


Detachable Box (ammunition count model dependent)
Cartridge relative size chart
*May not represent an exhuastive list; calibers are model-specific dependent, always consult official manufacturer sources.
**Graphics not to actual size; not all cartridges may be represented visually; graphics intended for general reference only.
Max Eff.Range
165 ft
(50 m | 55 yd)
Rate-of-Fire
45
rds/min


XDM - Base Series Name
XD(M) 3.8" Model - Base 3.8" offering with shortened barrel and slide; 9mm, .40S&W and .45ACP chamberings.
XD(M) 3.8" Compact Model - Compact version of base 3.8" Model; 9mm and .40S&W chamberings.
XD(M) 4.5" Model - Base 4.5" model in 9mm, .40S&W or .45ACP chamberings.
XD(M) 4.5" OSP Full Size - Full-sized variant only in 9mm
XD(M) 4.5" Threaded Barrel Model - Threaded muzzle end for support of suppressor; 9mm and .45ACP chamberings
XD(M) 5.25" Competition Series Model - Lengthened slide and barrel for competition shooting; 9mm, .40S&W and .45 ACP chamberings.


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