The XD(M) Evolves
Thanks to its shorter frame, the XD(M)-9 Compact 3.8 makes an excellent discreet-carry gun.
Springfield Armory XD(M) 5.25
Springfield’s new competition XD(M) is quickly finding its place in the pack.
The Springfield's XD(M) 5.25
The XD(M) 5.25 is the pistol that Rob Leatham wanted all along.
Carry Gun Trends
Two trends were apparent in the new firearm models at the recent 2012 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show: One was increased interest in .22 Long Rifle chambered guns reflected by a host of new variants; the other was a renewed surge of small (or smallish) guns that can be concealed on one’s person (not a new concept, obviously). I have addressed the former and it is now time to look at what some of the handguns covered elsewhere in the 2012 SHOT Blog really mean.
The latest addition to Springfield's popular Xtreme Duty (XD) line, the XD-S made its debut at SHOT Show 2012—and left as one of the show's most talked about new products.
CrossBreed For Springfield XD-S
CrossBreed Holsters have multiple concealed-carry options for the Springfield XD-S in .45 ACP.