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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 5.25" version has a fully adjustable target rear sight with fiber optic front.
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.
Over 250 rds put through this gun without a hiccup. Absolutely love this gun. I have shot ammo from 135gr all the way up to 230gr and this piece of machinery eats it all like candy. Most comfortable 10mm in the hand. Recoil is very mild, I can shoot it all day long. Highly recommend this beauty.
I really enjoy shooting 10 mm. I have a ColtD elta Elite 10 mm & an Iver Johnson Eagle XL 10 mm compensated. Both are 1911 style pistols. Being the Springfield XDM platform houses, my favorite 9mm gun an OSP model, I had to have it. XDM 10mm 5.25 barrel has proven to be a terrific in all respects right out of the box. The XDM handles the 10mm very well with less recoil than my other 10mm's. It weighs 10 ounces less than the 1911 configuration this along with the 15+1 magazine vs. 8+1 and the simpler take a makes this gun a WINNER!! I urge you to check it out!