Video—ARTV: Springfield XD Mod. 2 4" 9 mm Pistol Review

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posted on June 18, 2018
Originally in a subcompact version, Springfield Armory extended the Mod. 2 line to include a 4" service model. The Springfield XD Mod. 2 4" is a slim and ergonomic gun that features high-visibility, low-profile sights and a slim-contour frame with a three-layer textured GripZone to ensure good purchase during firing. At just two tenths of an inch wider than the industry’s slimmest single-stack polymer-frame pistols, it offers 16+1 rounds of 9 mm.



Check out this “Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, in which Joe Kurtenbach takes the gun downrange.   

Additional Reading:
Introducing Springfield Armory's Full-Size XD Mod.2 Tactical Pistol
Springfield Armory Announces XD Mod.2 Subcompact Pistols in FDE
Review: Springfield XD Mod.2 Subcompact
Springfield XD Mod.2 in .45 ACP
Springfield XD Mod.2 with GripZone
Springfield Introduces 3" Subcompact XD Mod.2

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