Springfield Armory Expands XD, EMP and TRP Pistol Lines

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posted on January 13, 2017
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Springfield Armory has announced a series of line extensions for 2017, which include two in the XD Mod.2 series, two in the EMP line, and an Operator model TRP. American Rifleman editors will be checking these out at the 2017 SHOT Show and bringing you full reports. Meantime, you can see them here:


Springfield XD Mod.2 Service Model
  


Springfield XD Mod.2 5" Tactical Model
  


Springfield EMP All Black
  


Springfield EMP 4" Lightweight Champion with Concealed Carry Contour
  


Springfield TRP Operator, Tactical Grey
  

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