Kimber Custom II GFO 10mm SHOT Show Package with 8-Round Magazine
Springfield XDM 10mm 5.25 Full-Size Black Pistol
Glock 40 MOS 10mm Auto 15 Round (Gen4)
Ruger SR1911 10mm Auto Full-Size Pistol with Stainless Finish
Springfield 1911 TRP Operator 10mm with 5-Inch Barrel
Remington 1911 R1 Hunter 10mm Long Slide with G-10 Grips
Springfield 1911 TRP 10mm with Trijicon RMR Reflex Sight and Range Bag
Sig Sauer 10mm Auto 180 gr JHP Elite V-Crown 20/Box
($0.83 / round)
Hornady 10mm Auto 175 gr FlexLock Critical Duty 20/Box
($1.00 / round)
Hornady 10mm 180 gr XTP 20/Box
($0.81 / round)
Sig Sauer 10mm Auto 180 gr FMJ Elite Performance 50/Box
($0.46 / round)
Federal 10mm Auto 180 gr FMJ American Eagle 50/Box
($0.42 / round)
Hornady 10mm Auto 155 gr HP XTP Custom 20/Box
($0.81 / round)
CCI 10mm Auto 200 gr FMJ Blazer Aluminum 50/Box
($0.56 / round)
Federal 10mm Auto 180 gr Hydra-Shok JHP Premium Personal Defense 20/Box
($1.37 / round)
Springfield Armory is pleased to announce a highly anticipated new addition to their polymer pistol lineup, the XDM in 10mm. This full-size pistol is the latest variation in the series, now chambered in the popular 10mm round for more power in the highly accurate and reliable XDM platform.
10,000 rounds of Federal Hydra-Shok 10mm ammo was fired through the new XDM without a hiccup, with every round documented on video for complete transparency. the XDM has been meticulously engineered to ensure the pistol is as robust and reliable a defensive force as possible.
Holding 15+1 rounds, the XD(M)® 10mm tames this potent cartridge for a comfortable shooting experience with each pull of the trigger. The 4.5" model features a low-profile combat rear sight paired with a fiber optic front sight.
The Melonite® finished hammer-forged barrel and forged slide allow for a steady diet of full-power 10mm ammo, and the full-length guide rod lessens felt recoil. Holding 15+1 rounds, the XD(M) 10mm tames this potent cartridge for a comfortable shooting experience with each pull of the trigger.
Bought this pistol late last year from SOSS and got the gear up deal from Springfield which included 3 extra magazines and a carrying case. Very happy with both the purchase and the great service of SOSS. Despite one reviewer, all 5 magazines that I have are relatively easy to load`;` including the last 15th round. More often than not, new mag springs can be a little tight and they will tend to break in fairly quickly if yours are too tight.
I bought the XDm9 when it was 1st released a decade ago. Not one miss fire. NOT ONE. Bought the XDm45 as soon as it hit the streets. Same thing. Perfect performance. I have owned a G20 SF for many years hoping SA would release this gun. I bought it the moment it was available. Put 400 rounds through it in one day. Not an issue with Privi, Blazer, Sig or Federal ammo. Great gun great ergonomics too. The G20 is a proven beast and takes 2nd to no one. The SA is right there with it. The SA is more comfortable to shoot to me. Only issue right now is mag price and availability. I'm sure in a few months I'll find them for $25 a pop.
Another great gun from Springfield. Reliable and accurate. The only reason its getting 3 stars is because the magazine design is absolutely horrible. It's almost impossible to load all 15 rounds into the mag. You can do it but expect to have bloody thumbs when you're done. On top of this, the magazines don't like to seat in the gun when fully loaded, it takes a good 2 or 3 hard slams to get them in. In a firefight those few extra seconds trying to get the mag in could easily cost you your life.
What I can say. Bought an XDM for the wife as a main carry. Loved it so much bought one for myself. For a backup, bought her a Sig P938. 250 rounds and had a sear problem. Another 150 after coming back from the repair shop and guess what, same problem. Now I have 300 more down the pipe and all is ok. So, one year later bought a Sig P938 for me. Guess what, 175 rounds and had the same exact sear problem. Now after repair, I have 200 down the pipe and no problem. As for my foreign made XDMs, The two of them have had over 4,000 rounds and not one hickup. Perfect, seamless operation. So, it doesn't matter where it comes from, USA, Austria which last time I checked was in another country, there is good and bad in all of them. Wife has a Taurus PT 140, fairly good machine, I have a PT145, it's a POS.
Ergonomics are perfect on this gun, very 1911ish. A hand cannon to bed sure, but felt recoil is very manageable, however, I can't honestly say I'd recommend this gun to a beginner shooter. It's a handful. I'm not a big striker fire fan, but in this case, I'll make an exception. After a day at the range, and 500 full house rounds later, it was time to break out the Icy Hot, but it was well worth it! You've got a winner here Springfield! Kudos to you, and keep up the great work!
I didn't want to pull the trigger and get the Glock 20, I'm glad I didn't! This is a SOLID 10mm handgun/cannon. No modifications needed aka, new barrel, new trigger, new sights, etc. like you would need for Glock Perfection. This is the best 10mm out of the box you can buy on the market right now!
This is a fantastic firearm, great in every way. That being said, what does it say about the future of our great country when a person first writes a review for a gun they do not own, and second has never heard of Croatia , that is sad.
I would just like to say all XD models are performers,as solid as any Glock,and much more comfortable. I own many, not the 10mm ......yet! but to each his own, but I would like to comment on ray from Livingstons review! You sir must not know much about firearms,or have lived under a rock for ten+years!!! Its usually best to be quiet when you dont have knowledge on something!lol
The men and women in Croatia make a fine firearm. I own an XDS and it works just as good as my USA made firearms. For someone to give a product a one star review without ever holding or buying it is silly. I gave it a five star to balance out the dumb. P.s. The people in Croatia designed the XD Springfield liked it so much they branded it.
May be a nice pistol but not made in USA. It is made in Croatia, a country in Central Europe. Never heard of the country until now. I will stick with the USA or Germany made firearms. Thanks but no thanks.