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Review: Springfield Armory XD-S 9mm

The Springfield Armory XD-S is a pistol that I waited for with great anticipation before its release. The photos and specs made it seem like an almost perfect carry pistol. Then shortly after release they largely disappeared from store shelves due to a voluntary recall in 2013. When the upgraded versions were available and after shooting an XD-S rental pistol, my suspicions about its quality and feel were confirmed. So I added one to my collection and for specific reason: deeper concealment.

By Andy Rutledge

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The XD-S comes in both 9mm and .45ACP calibers and in 3.3″ and 4.0″ barrel versions. This review will deal specifically with the 3.3″ version chambered in 9mm.

Why Consider The Springfield XD-S 9mm?

The XD-S 3.3″ 9mm belongs to a specific category of carry pistols and is not meant to compete with or replace compact double-stack 9mm pistols like the Glock 19 or a Sig P250. Rather, the XD-S is made for when a thin, single-stack subcompact (read: more-concealable) pistol is appropriate, but without giving up the 9mm chambering —or— when you want to own only one carry gun that will work in just about any carry context.

Direct competitors in this category include pistols like the M&P Shield, Kahr PM9, Ruger LC9, and of late, the Glock 43. In my experience and opinion, the XD-S has features and benefits over these competitors and I’d say it ranks in the upper echelon of all pistols for the subcompact category. First, here are the specifications.

Springfield Armory XD-S 3.3″ 9mm Specs:

  • Caliber: 9x19mm
  • Length: 6.3″
  • Height: 4.4″
  • Width: .9″
  • Barrel: 3.3”
  • Weight: 23oz. (w/empty magazine)
  • Finish: Black or frame / Slides available in black (Melonite®) or stainless
  • Capacity: 7+1 flush magazine / 9+1 extended magazine
  • MSRP: $499 (black slide) / $549 (stainless slide)
Here's the nice polymer case and components the XD-S comes with.

Here’s the nice polymer case and components the XD-S comes with. It includes a paddle holster, 2-magazine carrier, 3 magazines, backstrap option w/mag extensions, lock, and extra fiber optic material in two colors.

Shooting the XD-S

I’ve put over 2000 rounds through my XD-S 3.3″ pistol, all with only one malfunction related to a specific ammunition model (which I’ll detail in a moment). The bulk of the ammo I’ve run through the pistol is 115gr ball, but I’ve run roughly 250 rounds from an assortment of Federal Premium 147gr Hydra-Shok JHP, Federal Premium 124gr HST JHP, Speer Gold Dot 124gr +P GDHP, and Winchester PDXI 124gr +P JHP…all with flawless performance.

The one issue I had with functional reliability occurred with the XD-S’s ability to feed Hornady 135gr Critical Duty rounds. I experienced repeated failures to feed the first round of a new magazine, as the polymer tip on the round tended to get caught on the bottom of the feed ramp. Given this initializing failure, I declined to chamber any Hornady CD and see if it would cycle, since this failure to work with a full magazine is sort of a deal breaker. So I must recommend that one never use Hornady Critical Duty polymer tip in the XD-S. Every other JHP or ball round I loaded into the gun went bang and cycled perfectly every time I pulled the trigger.

Functionally, I consistently experience one nagging issue worth noting here. Due to how my grip meets the pistol when firing, the slide will occasionally fail to lock back with the firing of the last round of a magazine because the position of my right thumb often prevents the slide lock from engaging (I’m right handed). I can avoid this issue by flexing my thumb back a bit, but while it’s not uncomfortable, that position is not habitually natural for my grip. Surely this won’t be an issue for most folks, but it is for me. Your mileage may vary.

Comfort & Controllability
This is a single-stack subcompact, so it will not compare evenly with full-sized double-stack frames for comfort and controllability. However, given its particular category, this is a winner. I have medium-sized hands and even though it has a short, narrow grip, to me the XD-S feels like a “real gun” and not an “almost” pistol as do some rivals in this size category. I can just get half of my pinky on the flush magazine for something close to a full grip.

I typically shoot 100 to 250 rounds at a time when training with it at the range and unlike other subcompacts, this one is quite comfortable the whole time. And also unlike most subcompact pistols, I think the XD-S is easily controllable when shooting.

Those last two things matter and the result, for me anyway, is that the XD-S is the most accurate subcompact pistol I’ve ever shot. Accuracy derives from a host of factors, but how frame and grip meet with and stay with the hands while the pistol cycles is consequential. Recoil with the XD-S is fairly minimal for a gun of this size and for me it’s easy to maintain a sure grip when firing multiple rounds, even rapidly, without feeling like I need to adjust between shots.

Concealability + Capacity
The grip is appropriately short for a subcompact, making the XD-S highly concealable. Even so, the 7+1 capacity flush magazine is better than the 6+1 capacity typical of other top contenders in this category. When concealability is not a contextual priority, the extended magazine allows for 9+1 capacity and a full-hand grip that is even more comfortable.

Components and Materials

The XD-S is a polymer-bodied pistol with a forged steel slide. I think the quality of the frame material is top of class. The polymer is a bit thicker than you’ll find in most pistols and the finish is the best I’ve seen on any “plastic gun.” There are simply no flash marks or molding scars.

I find the grip texture to be quite nice and functional without being overly abrasive. The one exception is that, like all polymer pistols I’ve held, grip security is compromised if you have wet, sweaty, or bloody hands (This is an issue that I wish firearms manufacturers would give serious attention to! No polymer pistol yet made is secure in wet hands, unless the frame is stippled. Getting one’s hands bloodied or wet in a life-threatening situation is not at all unlikely and manufacturers of carry pistols should consider this fact seriously. Ahem.) As this flaw is not particular to the XD-S, I don’t suggest that it’s a strike against the model. This is what Talon Grips and similar products are for. Unfortunately.

You get three magazines in the very nice pistol case: two 7-round flush mags and one 9-round extended magazine. As for the grip, the XD-S comes with interchangeable backstraps so that you can tailor the grip size to fit your preference. The 9-capacity magazine extension cover comes in two sizes, to work with either backstrap.

The factory sights are quite nice, though I think not perfect. The dovetail rear sight is a 2-dot and the front sight is a fiber optic; a nice feature for a gun at this price! The sights are perfectly serviceable and dead-on for accuracy, in my experience, but the sloped front face of the rear sight makes one-handed slide racking—say, on a belt or table—a bit more difficult. Some folks may not care about that last issue…but as this is a self-defense carry gun, I recommend that you do.

Nice finish to all components, with minimal external controls.

Nice finish to all components, with minimal external controls.

Given that this is a striker-fired pistol with no external safety, the controls are minimal. The slide lock lever and takedown lever are sturdy and have nice texturing for manipulation. The magazine ejection controls are ambidextrous and the magazine ejection is very nice; the empty mag actually jumps out of the frame when the button is depressed. Wish all pistols’ magazine ejection was this energetic.

The XD-S features a chamber-loaded indicator on the top of the slide and there are two external safety mechanisms. The trigger safety is identical to that which you’ll find on a Glock. The second is a grip safety, which must be depressed for the trigger to release the firing pin. I’m no fan of grip safeties simply because I don’t deem them necessary. Springfield, however, adds the grip safety to all of its pistols, so it’s a doctrinal thing for them.

The internal safety mechanisms are, again, just like those found on a Glock pistol. They include the firing pin block and “out of battery safety,” which is just to say that when the slide is not in full battery the firing mechanisms are then not aligned to properly engage.


Carrying the XD-S

Wearing the XD-S in the 4 o'clock position. Conceals nicely.

Wearing the XD-S in the 4 o’clock position. Conceals nicely.

I carried my XD-S almost exclusively for about nine months and continue to do so on occasion when wearing summer casual dress or if I’m formally dressed, when deeper concealment is appropriate. These days I typically carry a Glock 19 or 26, and when I go to the XD-S the difference is night and day; hardly feels like I’m carrying at all.

I’ve carried the XD-S in the 4 o’clock position with a Crossbreed Super Tuck holster and in appendix and 4 o’clock positions with a PJ holster. In either case, the XD-S conceals extraordinarily well and the pistol’s ergonomics are such that it allows for a sure grip for proper draw, provided your holster does, too.

One could carry the XD-S as a pocket pistol, but it’s perhaps a bit too large and heavy to make pocket carry a good ongoing choice. With sturdy and loose clothing like cargo shorts, pocket carry works well enough on occasion, but the XD-S is not like your average mini .380 pocket rocket. As I mentioned, it feels and shoots like a real gun and that has consequences for carry.


Though it’s a subcompact, the XD-S feels and shoots like a real pistol. With iron sights and minimal recoil, it’s the most accurate and easy-to-shoot single-stack subcompact pistol I’ve ever handled (though I acknowledge that this is a highly personal issue). The exchangeable backstraps are a nice and consequential personalizing feature. The materials are excellent and the finish is the best I’ve seen on any polymer gun. The 7+1 standard capacity is better than you’ll find on most single-stack subcompacts. Also, 9mm ammo is reasonably priced so you can train with the 9mm XD-S more often!

The XD-S is certainly a subcompact, but by no means dainty. So while it is highly concealable it is not necessarily best suited as a pocket pistol. Though the iron sights are nice, the sloping rear sight doesn’t allow for sure/easy one-handed slide racking. In my experience, the XD-S simply won’t reliably feed Hornady Critical Duty polymer-tipped ammo (and perhaps other polymer-tipped ammo??) so stick to JHP.  I’ll suggest that the grip safety is unnecessary and constitutes one more component that might eventually wear out or fail.

So for rating the XD-S…

Ergonomics (****)
The XD-S is surprisingly comfortable for a subcompact, single-stack pistol. The grip is thin, but not overly so and for me at least, the gun feels good—feels substantial—in the hand. I find the grip angle to be excellent. The grip could be more comfortable if it were not so flat-sided, but I admit that a more convex grip would add width and compromise concealability somewhat. Compared to most of its competition, I’d say the XD-S has superior ergonomics. My right thumb, however, sometimes interferes with the slide lock lever, preventing it from locking open with the last round of the magazine.

Shootability (*****)
It’s a subcompact, so the grip is abbreviated. It’s a single stack, so the grip is quite narrow. With those contextual constraints, I think the XD-S is easy and comfortable to shoot; almost comparable to a compact in that regard. With the extended magazine and grip extension, the gun is rock solid when shooting and manipulating.

Accuracy (*****)
Top of class. It’s very easy to control and to be accurate with. Sight acquisition and reacquisition is easy with these iron and fiber optic sights. Though it only has a 3.3” barrel, I don’t fear too much for accuracy when reaching out to 25 yards.

Reliability (****)
The polymer-tipped ammo issue aside, I’ve yet to experience a single malfunction through more than 2000 rounds. The gun is sturdily built, suggesting that it will wear well. I would have given it five stars, but for the slide lock issues I encounter when running this pistol.

Customization (*****)
The XD-S is customizable before and after purchase. Before, because it’s available with stainless or black Melonite® slide and the frame comes in black or flat dark earth. Moreover, it’s available now with the 3.3″ or 4” barrel. After purchase, it comes with two sizes of interchangeable backstraps, to fit your grip preference. The frame also features a picatinny rail, so you’re able to mount a flashlight or laser…if you want to compromise concealability a bit.

Aftermarket accessories one might consider for the XD-S include night sights, Pearce grip (pinky) extensions, and the PRP trigger spring kit. Night sights are perhaps the only recommended upgrade for an XD-S, as the trigger is not at all bad (on mine. Though I’ve heard that trigger quality varies from gun to gun). A pinky extension for the flush magazine might seem nice, but the lack of a full grip (with the 7-round flush magazine) is expected and useful in a subcompact

There are plenty of IWB and OWB holsters, steel and/or night sights, flashlights, and lasers available for the XD-S, so it’s certainly not a pistol that lacks for aftermarket love. Moreover, the extended 9-round magazine and grip extension allows you to turn the XD-S into a full-grip pistol if preference calls for it.

In Summary

I think the Springfield XD-S is arguably the best subcompact 9mm pistol on the market. In fact it’s one of only two such pistols I’d consider owning and carrying. Moreover, it’s likely the best value to be found in the carry gun world. Rent one at your local gun range. Give it a shot, or 200, and see if it’s right for you. I’ll bet that it is.

About The AuthorAndy Rutledge is a design professional, competitive shooter and avid road cyclist. He trains at Eagle Gun Range and elsewhere a few days a week to hone his shooting and defensive skills.

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Springfield XD-M Line of Pistols

By Richard Johnson

What do you do with an extremely popular handgun like the Springfield Armory XD? You take user feedback and develop an updated platform that incorporates some amazing performance upgrades. That’s exactly what Springfield Armory set out to do with the XD-M line of pistols. And if you ask me, they succeeded.

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite pistol

I’ve been a fan of the series for a while and have followed the development of the guns since they were first introduced. I recognize, however, that not everyone is a gun nerd. My goal today is to introduce the Springfield XD-M pistol line and give you some details about the different models. Should you decide you want to buy one for yourself, this XD-M guide can help you find the right model for your needs.


As I alluded to earlier, the XD-M pistols are an extension of the original Defend Your Legacy XD handguns. Like the original XD line, the XD-M guns are striker-fired pistols that use a polymer frame. From the shooter’s perspective, that’s pretty much where the similarity ends.

SpringfieldArmory XD-M 10mm OSP

Standard XD-M pistols are heavy hitters chambered in both .45 ACP and 10mm Auto. Both chamberings use a 4.5” match grade barrel that can help you make precise shots for self-defense, competition or even hunting. Both the barrel and the slide are finished with a Melonite treatment that helps protect the metal from corrosion and other damage.

The XD-M pistol is customizable to best fit your hand. Each gun comes with three interchangeable backstraps. These backstrap inserts are in different sizes that allow you to match the overall grip size to your hand. This feature should provide a much better hand-to-gun fit for improved recoil control and proper finger placement on the trigger.

Additional XD-M features include:

  • Fiber optic front sight
  • White two-dot rear sight
  • Sights are dovetailed for easy customization
  • One-piece recoil system with a full-length guide rod
  • Industry standard Picatinny-type accessory rail for a white light like the SureFire X300U-A
  • Two magazines (13-round mags in .45, 15-round mags in 10mm)

The XD-M is also available with a threaded barrel in both chamberings. As an added benefit, the XD-M chambered in 10mm with a threaded barrel is also an OSP model. The OSP model is “optics ready” with a slide factory cut for the addition of a red dot sight.

For my money, the 10mm XD-M OSP is the way to go. The recoil of the 10mm cartridge is overhyped — these things shoot like a pussycat. However, a full-power load like the Federal HST delivers plenty of punch to stop an attacker in his tracks.

XD-M Competition

If you enjoy a bit of run-and-gun, Springfield also offers a pair of XD-M Competition models for your consideration. These guns – one in .45 ACP and the other in 10mm – both come with a 5.25” barrel and a fully-adjustable rear sight. Both guns have a large relief cut in the top of the slide to counter the weight of the additional gun length. The result is a well-balanced pistol suitable for making both short- and long-range hits quickly. If I picked an XD-M for hunting, this would be the model.

Springfield Armory XD-M 5.25" model in .45 ACP caliber

XD-M Elite

If the XD-M can be seen as an evolutionary step of the XD platform, the XD-M Elite is a revolutionary jump forward. The 9mm pistols are further improved in both performance and ergonomics to provide an elite experience in shooting.

Shooting the Springfield XD-M Elite 5.25" 9mm pistol

One of the biggest advancements in the XD-M Elite pistols is the META trigger system. META is an acronym for Match Enhanced Trigger Assembly. As the name suggests, the pull and break on this trigger are precise and consistent. The META trigger is a nice pairing with the line’s use of match-grade barrels.

XD-M Elite pistols have improved slide serrations that enhance your ability to grab hold and work them. Additionally, Springfield Armory includes an ambidextrous slide stop to improve the appeal to left-handed shooters and make the pistols completely ambidextrous.

Springfield M.E.T.A. trigger

Another enhancement to the Elite line is the inclusion of a flared, extended and removable magazine well. The wide-mouthed well acts as a funnel to channel magazines home during fast reloads. While many shooters think of this as an advantage for competition, it can also be a huge help in a defensive situation where reloading is most assuredly being done under pressure.

There are a number of variants in the XD-M Elite line, so let me briefly describe each.

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 4.5" pistol

XD-M Elite 4.5” – This is the standard XD-M Elite model chambered in 9mm. It is suitable for law enforcement duty use, home defense and competition. Standard magazine capacity is 20 rounds. This gives you a decided advantage in a lethal force encounter – especially when you are attacked by multiple assailants.

The XD-M Elite 4.5” pistol is equipped with a fiber optic front sight and a Tactical U-Dot rear sight. The U-Dot sights used by Springfield Armory are exceptionally good. I have a U-Dot sight set installed on my Springfield Hellcat, and I highly recommend them.

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8" pistol

XD-M Elite 3.8” – I like concealed carry pistols with barrel lengths in the 3.5”-4” range. My Springfield XD-E, for example, is the 3.8” model that makes for a slick CCW handgun. Springfield offers that same barrel length in the XD-M Elite 3.8”.

A shorter barrel does not mean that the gun is short on features. Rather, it has all of the same enhancements that the 4.5” model has including the 20-round magazines, match-grade barrel and U-Dot sights. The gun is a little lighter though – only 28 oz. unloaded.

If you like the sub-4” XD-M Elite, but are worried about the full-size grip, I suggest you look at the…

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8″

XD-M Elite Compact – The smallest package in the XD-M Elite line, the 3.8” Compact pistol uses a compact frame with a shortened grip. This improves your ability to conceal the handgun while still maintaining enough of a grip to get a firm hold.

Flared magwell on XD-M Elite pistol

The standard magazine size for this 9mm pistol is 14 rounds. Springfield Armory includes two with each gun. If you might prefer to have a full-size grip on occasion, the company also sells extended magazines that include a body spacer to extend the grip size. The larger magazines hold 19 rounds. Just be sure to remove the extended and flared magwell if you use these.

XD-M Elite Compact OSP – Small guns often compromise features in favor of concealment. There are seemingly few, if any, such compromises with the Springfield XD-M Elite 3.8″ Compact OSP. Although compact, the gun still features a 14-round magazine, the incredible META trigger, completely ambidextrous controls, a removable magazine well and a slide ready for optics.

Red dots are a big deal in the self-defense world, and if you’ve made the move to optics on your CCW gun, this XD-M Elite is worth a serious look. It works with a wide range of red dot mounts including the HEX Dragonfly. Even if you aren’t enamored with red dots, the gun is still a great buy with its standard fiber optic front sight and wide U-shaped notch rear. As iron sights go, these are fast!

Springfield XD-M Elite Precision 5.25" handgun

XD-M Elite Precision – Going the opposite way, Springfield offers a completion-style pistol in the XD-M Elite catalog. Called the XD-M Elite Precision, the handgun is fitted with a fully-adjustable rear sight and a 5.25” barrel. Further, the company uses a large lightening slide cut to keep the gun from becoming nose-heavy.

Anticipating your competition needs, Springfield Armory includes a trio of 22-round magazines with the gun. That means if you step to the line with all of the mags fully loaded, you have 66+1 rounds on tap when the buzzer sounds.

Springfield XD-M Elite Tactical OSP pistol

XD-M Elite 4.5” Tactical OSP – At the peak of real-world performance is the XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP pistol. This handgun takes the duty-ready 4.5” model and outfits it with slick operator enhancements for any mission you might undertake.

To start with, Springfield replaces the standard 4.5” barrel with a threaded barrel. This allows you to protect your hearing by adding a sound suppressor.

Of course, many suppressors obscure a normal sight picture and render typical sights useless. For this model, Springfield equips the gun with tall sights that allow you to use them over a suppressor.

Additionally, this is an OSP model which means the slide is ready for a red dot sight. If you drop an optic like the HEX Dragonfly onto the gun, the suppressor-height sights co-witness perfectly.

HEX Dragonfly optic by Springfield Armory

Springfield includes two 22-round magazines with the pistol. Additionally, the gun has a removeable magazine well that has a large mouth to capture that magazine and ensure it is seated quickly.

As a final option on the Springfield XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP, you can get the gun in the normal black or in Desert FDE. The FDE pistol has a Cerakote finish on the forged steel slide that matches the FDE of the polymer frame.

As you may have noticed, the 4.5” and 3.8” XD-M Elite pistols have 20 round capacities while the 4.5” Tactical OSP and 5.25” Precision Elites have 22+1 capacities. The latter two pistols feature a “standard” magwell, while the former two (as well as the 3.8” Compact) feature a “short” magwell. These are designed match up with the length of each pistol’s magazines.

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite pistol


So there you have it, a good overview of the entire XD-M line, and a great guide if you are in the market for picking one up. From .45 to 10mm to 9mm, with the latter featuring the “Elite” enhancements, there is definitely one (or more) in the line that’s just right for you.

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XD® Series Handguns

America’s most trusted striker-fired solution, the XD family of pistols covers everything from concealed carry to tactical to competitive shooting. From the XD to the XD-M to the XD-M Elite to the XD-E and the XD-S, there is an XD that’s just right for your needs.

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  • XD-M® Elite Handguns

    The polymer platform that broke the mold is now built around the all new META™ trigger for the ultimate performance in a striker-fired firearm. Further enhanced with removable magwell, increased capacity of 22+1 (20+1 with short magwell models) and improved slide serrations, the new XD-M® Elite represents the pinnacle of full-size, polymer-framed pistol design. Featuring the META™ (Match Enhanced Trigger Assembly) system, the XD-M Elite trigger sports a flat face, crisp break and integral overtravel stop that combine to deliver the best trigger in a factory polymer-framed pistol available on the market. The XD-M® Elite has superior ergonomics, reliable performance, and features that make it easy and intuitive to use. Upgrades like an extended and flared magwell, ambi slide stop and enhanced slide serrations make the Elite a must-have option. It’s also got a whopping 22+1 capacity (20+1 with the “short” magwell).

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  • XD-S Mod.2® OSP™ Handguns

    Our most popular single-stack EDC is now optics ready. The XD-S Mod.2® OSP™ comes with a factory milled slide for low-profile, direct mounting of compact optics for an intuitive sight picture and uninterrupted focus on target. Available with an optional Crimson Trace micro red dot and chambered in 9mm, the XD-S Mod.2 OSP features a 3.3” hammer forged barrel and a passive grip safety for confident carry. Shipping with both 7 and 9 round magazines, the XD-S Mod.2 OSP offers a new take on this trusted platform.

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  • XD® Handguns

    It’s not every day that you rub shoulders with a living legend. The XD® set the bar for polymer pistols. In 2001, Springfield Armory redefined the industry standard for superior ergonomic comfort, ease of operation, features and performance in one fell swoop with the XD. The grip safety, Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) Action Trigger System™, and the firing pin block safety combine to make this an undeniably safe defensive tool. If you’re looking for a solid handgun for duty, concealed carry, or self-defense at a price point you can respect, the legend awaits. So when you enter the presence of the XD®, play it cool— because rest assured, greatness always notices greatness.

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  • XD-M® Handguns

    The XD-M® is a modern update to the legendary XD® pistol with a host of performance enhancements. The XD-M is a favorite of competitive shooters and is renowned for its accuracy, reliability and shootability. The same performance upgrades that made it a winner on the range give it the edge in its self-defense configurations. Available in a variety of frame sizes, barrel lengths and chamberings, the XD-M® offers the best ergonomic experience in a polymer platform. With multiple interchangeable backstraps included, the XD-M® can be tailor fit to your hand. It points effortlessly and naturally and the fully-cocked striker allows for a smooth trigger pull and crisp break.

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  • XD-E™ Handguns

    The easy choice — our most versatile and adaptable platform is built around ease of use. The XD-E takes advantage of its hammer fired action, allowing the gun to be racked and charged with ease. Featuring double- and single-action operation, The XD-E™ is the perfect firearm to level the playing field and adapt with you as you grow. It sculpts Point & Shoot Ergonomics™ into a sleek 1″ wide polymer frame for ideal hand and holster fit, and has a unique DA/SA trigger system that allows multiple ways to carry and use it. For a home defense weapon that’s extremely safe, easy to handle and available in 3.3”, 3.8” and 4.5” barrel lengths, the XD-E™ will put up a fight when you most need it.

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The XD® 4″ Full Size pistol from Springfield Armory® sets the standard for polymer pistols. The XD® 4″ Full Size has everything you want and need in a pistol – superior ergonomics, reliable performance, and features that make it easy and intuitive to use. The XD® 4” Full Size is the original XD® offering from Springfield Armory®, and the most basic XD®. This is the XD® that started it all.
The XD® 4″ Full Size has a four inch barrel and a full-sized frame. This means you’ll get the handling and accuracy you’d expect from a standard sized pistol. All Springfield Armory® XD®’s have several features that make the XD® easy to use and safe to handle. The striker status indicator and loaded chamber indicator let you know without a doubt, by touch and by feel, whether or not the pistol is loaded and cocked. The grip safety, Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) Action Trigger System™, and the firing pin block safety combine to prevent accidental discharges.
Whether you’re looking for a pistol based on ergonomics, reliability or features, you’re in the right place. It’s available in a variety of calibers to fit a variety of needs. See how it all started and check out the XD® 4” Full Size. Where you point is where you shoot.
Caliber: 9MM
Magazines: 1-10 Round, Stainless Steel
Barrel: 4" Steel, Melonite, Fully Supported Ramp
Sights: Dovetail Front and Rear (Steel) 3-Dot
Trigger Pull: 5.5-7.5 lbs
Frame: Black Polymer
Slide: Forged Steel, Melonite Finish
Height: 5.5"
Weight W/ Empty Magazine: 29oz

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Springfield XD Essential 9MM 3" Barrel

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The XD® 3” Sub-Compact from Springfield Armory® is designed to bring you the most in a concealed carry pistol. Its superior ergonomics, reliable performance, and astonishing capacity combine to put more into a concealable pistol than you will find anywhere else.

The XD® 3″ Sub-Compact has all the same features found in the standard XD® line, but in a smaller package. The barrel is 3” and the frame is a short, compact size that will let the pistol nearly disappear when you carry it. Like other XD® pistols, the XD® 3” Sub-Compact gives you great versatility when it’s used with X-Tension™ magazines. You’ll find everything on the XD® 3” Sub-Compact that make Springfield’s XD®’s easy to use and safe to handle. The striker status indicator, loaded chamber indicator, grip safety, Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) Action Trigger System™ and internal firing pin block bring the safety and usability to the XD® 3” Sub-Compact that you’re used to with every other XD®.

If you’re looking for a concealable pistol, but don’t want to sacrifice capacity, reach for an XD® 3” Sub-Compact. It’s an excellent choice for concealed carry, and it is equally in its element at the range.

Caliber: 9MM
Magazines: 1-10 Round, Stainless Steel
Barrel: 3" Steel, Melonite, Fully Supported Ramp
Sights: Dovetail Front and Rear (Steel) 3-Dot
Trigger Pull: 5.5-7.5 lbs
Frame: Black Polymer
Slide: Forged Steel, Melonite Finish

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Rocket Scientist
Corona, CA
November 2014

Age Range:65 and up
How Long Have You Been Using This Product:4-6 months

I wish Turners product review site was 1/100th as great as Springfields XD compact. I wrote a detailed review only to get blown off by it. But suffice it to say that the 3 compact XD is even better than its 4 big brother. I actually shoot more accurately with it than the 4 model. It is the perfect gun for home carry, especially if you already own another,larger, XD. SWEEEET !!

Rob B J
Los Angeles
May 2017

Age Range:55-64
How Long Have You Been Using This Product:Less than 1 month

Bought the gun about a month ago. Put over 200 rounds through without any problems. No jams no hang ups. I used different types of ammo with no problems. It shoots a little low but that could be me so I made the adjustment and the result is 10 ring, 10 ring 10 ring. I went to buy the CZ RAMI but it was out of stock with no idea when it would be available. I bought the XD instead. I am very satisfied.

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Springfield XD 9mm better than the Glock?

Springfield Armory XD

Polymer frame semi-automatic handgun

Semi-automatic pistol

The Springfield Armory XD is a series of semi-automatic pistols sold by Springfield Armory, Inc., in the United States along with follow-on variants: XD-M, XD-S, and XD-E.[1]Polymer-framed and predominantly striker-fired, the series is manufactured by HS Produkt in Karlovac, Croatia.


In 2002, Springfield Armory, Inc., negotiated licensing rights to the United States market for the polymer-frame striker-firedHS2000 pistol being manufactured in Croatia by HS Produkt.

Further information: HS2000 § History, and HS2000 § Design

Using XD (eXtreme Duty) branding, Springfield Armory subsequently expanded the series to include ten models in three different calibers and five different cartridges, seven barrel lengths, and six finishes (black, black bi-tone, olive drab, olive drab bi-tone, flat dark earth, and flat dark earth bi-tone). The XD sub-compact was named "Pistol of the Year" by American Rifleman for 2003,[2][3] followed by the XD chambered in .45 ACP being named "Handgun of the Year" by both American Rifleman and the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence for 2006.[4]

The XD-M variant[a] (where 'M' represents match grade) was introduced in mid-2008;[5] it won "Handgun of the Year" from American Rifleman for 2009.[6] The most noticeable differences from the original XD models are the interchangeable back-straps and match-grade barrel. The first XD-M was chambered in .40 S&W with a 4.5-inch (110 mm) barrel, holding 16 rounds in the magazine. This was soon followed by 9×19mm Parabellum (9mm) and .45 ACP chamberings. In 2018, 10mm Auto was added.[7] The XD-M series is also produced as compact pistols in .40 S&W, .45 ACP and 9mm with 3.8-inch (97 mm) barrels. A "competition" series is chambered in 9mm, 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP with a 5.25-inch (133 mm) barrel, remotely resembling the tactical XD pistols with 5-inch (130 mm) barrels.

Compact XD chambered in .45 ACPwith 13-round magazine

In January 2012, Springfield Armory announced a new variant, marketed as the XD-S.[8] The 'S' represents the single-stack magazine used, providing a slimmer grip.[9] While sharing many features with the original XD and XD-M, the XD-S included a new pre-set trigger and a disassembly fail-safe, neither of which were available in XD or XD-M models. The fail-safe disassembly prevents the disassembly lever from being manipulated when there is a magazine in the pistol. Conversely, when the disassembly lever is up, a magazine cannot be inserted into the pistol. This model, at only 1 inch (25 mm) wide and initially available only in .45 ACP, is specifically designed for concealed carry.[10] The .45 ACP XD-S has a 5+1 capacity (with optional 6+1 and 7+1 magazines) and a 3.3-inch (84 mm) barrel. In January 2013, an XD-S chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum (9mm) was introduced. It is the same as the .45 ACP model, the only difference being that the 9mm XD-S has a 7+1 capacity (with optional 8+1 and 9+1 magazines) and is marginally heavier due to a smaller barrel bore. The XD-S in 9mm was named "Handgun of the Year" by American Rifleman for 2013.[11]

In 2014, Springfield Armory unveiled the XD Mod.2, increasing their XD lineup to 33 offerings. The XD Mod.2 includes ergonomic improvements, the most notable of which is the "Grip Zone"; three differently textured areas on the grip, each with their own unique texturing, in contrast to the original XD design with traditional grip texturing.[12] The pistol also has a new set of sights. Springfield Armory upgraded the front sight to a red fiber optic. The rear sight is still a two dot, though its profile has been lowered, and is still constructed of steel to facilitate its use in racking the slide.[13]

In 2017, Springfield Armory added the XD-E, with the 'E' denoting that the variant uses an external hammer; operation is double action / single action (DA/SA).[14][15] Originally offered in 9mm, a version chambered in .45 ACP was subsequently added.[16]

In 2018, the company introduced a refresh to the XD-S, the XD-S Mod.2 variant.[17] Included in the refresh are safeties on the grip and trigger. Also introduced in 2018 was an XD-M chambered in 10mm Auto.[18]


Springfield Armory XD Tactical 9mm
Springfield Armory XD-M .45 ACP

As of March 2020[update], the XD series has been offered in four branding variants (XD, XD-M, XD-S, XD-E), with XD and XD-S also offered in second generation (Mod.2) configurations.

VariantCartridgesBarrel lengthsSub-variantsRef.
.357 SIG
.40 S&W
.45 ACP
.45 GAP
3.0 in (76 mm)
4.0 in (100 mm)
5.0 in (130 mm)
XD Mod.29mm
.40 S&W
.45 ACP
3.0 in (76 mm)
3.3 in (84 mm)
4.0 in (100 mm)
5.0 in (130 mm)
Threaded barrel
.40 S&W
.45 ACP
3.8 in (97 mm)
4.5 in (110 mm)
5.25 in (133 mm)
Threaded Barrel
.40 S&W
.45 ACP
3.3 in (84 mm)
4.0 in (100 mm)
XD-S Mod.29mm
.40 S&W
.45 ACP
3.3 in (84 mm)[21]
.45 ACP
3.3 in (84 mm)
3.8 in (97 mm)
4.5 in (110 mm)


  • Not all possible combinations of the above listed parameters have been offered.
  • Limited-capacity magazines are available for states with a high-capacity magazine ban.
  • Capacities in the below tables reflect magazine capacity "plus one", for a round in the chamber.


ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
Sub-compact9mm3.0 in (76 mm)6.25 in (159 mm)4.75 in (121 mm)26 oz (740 g)13+116+1 w/ extended mag[23]
.40 S&W9+112+1 w/ extended mag[24]
Compact.45 ACP4.0 in (100 mm)7.3 in (190 mm)5.0 in (130 mm)29 oz (820 g)10+113+1 w/ extended mag[25]
5.0 in (130 mm)8.3 in (210 mm)32 oz (910 g)[26]
Service9mm4.0 in (100 mm)7.3 in (190 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)28 oz (790 g)16+1 [27]
.357 SIG30 oz (850 g)12+1 [28]
.40 S&W12+1 [29]
.45 ACP5.75 in (146 mm)13+1optional thumb safety[30][31]
.45 GAP27 oz (770 g)9+1 [32][33]
Ported9mm4.0 in (100 mm)7.3 in (190 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)28 oz (790 g)16+1 [34]
.357 SIG27 oz (770 g)12+1 [35]
.40 S&W30 oz (850 g)12+1 [36]
Tactical9mm5.0 in (130 mm)8.3 in (210 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)29 oz (820 g)16+1 [37]
.357 SIG33 oz (940 g)12+1 [38]
.40 S&W12+1 [39]
.45 ACP5.75 in (146 mm)13+1optional thumb safety[40][41]
.45 GAP31 oz (880 g)9+1 [32][42]

As of March 2020[update], for the XD series, the only offerings listed on the company's website are sub-compact (in 9mm and .40 S&W) and service models (in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP).[43]

XD Mod.2[edit]

ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
Sub-compact9mm3.0 in (76 mm)6.25 in (159 mm)4.75 in (121 mm)26 oz (740 g)13+116+1 w/ extended mag[44]
.40 S&W9+112+1 w/ extended mag[45]
.45 ACP3.3 in (84 mm)6.5 in (170 mm)13+1 w/ extended mag[46]
Service9mm4.0 in (100 mm)7.3 in (190 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)27.5 oz (780 g)16+1 [47]
.40 S&W29.5 oz (840 g)12+1 [48]
.45 ACP5.75 in (146 mm)30 oz (850 g)13+1 [49]
Threaded barrel9mm4.0 in (100 mm)7.85 in (199 mm)6.0 in (150 mm)29 oz (820 g)16+1 [50]
Tactical9mm5.0 in (130 mm)8.3 in (210 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)29 oz (820 g)16+1 [51]
.45 ACP8.1 in (210 mm)5.75 in (146 mm)31 oz (880 g)13+1 [52]

As of March 2020[update], for the XD Mod.2 series, the only offerings listed on the company's website are sub-compact and service models, both in 9mm and .45 ACP.[53]


M = Match grade

ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
(Standard)[54]9mm3.8 in (97 mm)7.0 in (180 mm)5.6 in (140 mm)27.5 oz (780 g)19+12 slide finishes[55]
4.5 in (110 mm)8.0 in (200 mm) 32 oz (910 g)4 slide/frame combinations[56]
.40 S&W3.8 in (97 mm)7.0 in (180 mm)5.6 in (140 mm)28 oz (790 g)16+12 slide finishes[57]
4.5 in (110 mm)8.0 in (200 mm) 32 oz (910 g)4 slide/frame combinations[58]
.45 ACP4.5 in (110 mm)8.0 in (200 mm)5.75 in (146 mm)31 oz (880 g)13+12 slide finishes[59]
10mm4.5 in (110 mm)7.7 in (200 mm)31.2 oz (880 g)15+11 slide finish[60]
5.25 in (133 mm)8.3 in (210 mm)32.8 oz (930 g)1 slide finish[61]
Compact[62]9mm3.8 in (97 mm)7.0 in (180 mm)4.75 in (121 mm)27.5 oz (780 g)13+12 slide finishes[63]
.40 S&W6.75 in (171 mm)28 oz (790 g)11+12 slide finishes[64]
.45 ACP7 in (180 mm)27 oz (770 g)9+12 slide finishes[65]
Competition[66]9mm5.25 in (133 mm)8.2 in (210 mm)5.75 in (146 mm)29 oz (820 g)19+12 slide finishes[67]
.40 S&W32 oz (910 g)16+12 slide finishes[68]
.45 ACP8.3 in (210 mm)13+12 slide finishes[69]
OSP[70]9mm5.30 in (135 mm)8.6 in (220 mm)5.5 in (140 mm)29 oz (820 g)19+11 slide finish[71]
10mm8.74 in (222 mm)15+11 slide finish[72]
Threaded barrel[73]9mm5.30 in (135 mm)8.25 in (210 mm)6 in (150 mm)29 oz (820 g)19+11 slide finish[74]
.45 ACP8.4 in (210 mm)31 oz (880 g)13+11 slide finish[75]
Elite9mm3.8 in (97 mm)6.75 in (171 mm)5.75 in (146 mm)28 oz (790 g)20+1Black Melonite slide[76]
4.5 in (110 mm)7.6 in (190 mm)29 oz (820 g)[77]
8.6 in (220 mm)5.875 in (149.2 mm)30 oz (850 g)22+1Tactical OSP[78]
5.25 in (133 mm)8.3 in (210 mm)FDE slide[79]


  • Standard models: the .40 S&W chambering with 3.8-inch barrel has been discontinued.
  • Compact models: these have been discontinued.
  • Competition models: the .40 S&W offering has been discontinued.
  • OSP models: these have threaded barrels and a removable plate on the slide, allowing a red dot sight to be installed.
  • Threaded barrel models: the 9mm offering has been discontinued.
  • Elite models: the Tactical OSP offering has a threaded barrel and is optics-ready; the slide is a flat dark earth color.


S = Single stack

ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
3.3-inch9mm3.3 in (84 mm)6.3 in (160 mm)4.4 in (110 mm)23 oz (650 g)7+18+1 w/ extended mag[80]
.40 S&W22 oz (620 g)6+17+1 w/ extended mag[81]
.45 ACP21.5 oz (610 g)5+1 [82]
4-inch9mm4.0 in (100 mm)7.0 in (180 mm)4.4 in (110 mm)25 oz (710 g)7+18+1 w/ extended mag[83]
.45 ACP23.5 oz (670 g)5+16+1 w/ extended mag[84]

As of March 2020[update], the original XD-S series offerings are no longer listed on the company's website.[85]

XD-S Mod.2[edit]

ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
3.3-inch9mm3.3 in (84 mm)6.3 in (160 mm)4.7 in (120 mm)21.5 oz (610 g)7+19+1 w/ extended mag[86]
.40 S&W22 oz (620 g)6+17+1 w/ extended mag[87]
.45 ACP6.5 in (170 mm)4.66 in (118 mm)21.5 oz (610 g)5+16+1 w/ extended mag[88]


E = External hammer

ModelCartridgeBarrel lengthOverall lengthHeightWeightCapacityNotesRef.
3.3-inch9mm3.3 in (84 mm)6.75 in (171 mm)5.0 in (130 mm)25 oz (710 g)8+19+1 w/ extended mag[89]
.45 ACP23 oz (650 g)6+17+1 w/ extended mag[90]
3.8-inch9mm3.8 in (97 mm)7.16 in (182 mm)5.0 in (130 mm)24 oz (680 g)8+19+1 w/ extended mag[91]
4.5-inch9mm4.5 in (110 mm)7.87 in (200 mm)25 oz (710 g)[92]



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