Xd 9 mm

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Manufacturer Part # XD9101
TypeStriker Fired
SizeFull Size
Barrel Length4"
Accessories2 Mags
SightsFixed Sights

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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. 



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 Xd 9mm Service 4in 10rd - Black
 Xd 9mm Service 4in 10rd - Black



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The XD set the bar for polymer pistols. It redefined the industry standard for superior ergonomic comfort, ease of operation, features and performance in one fell swoop. 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. The XD is built on a foundation of rock-solid durability and performance. It achieves this through the use of a forged slide and hammer-forged barrel, ensuring a long life and rugged reliability. A Melonite finish ensures that the pistol can resist the elements in the most unforgiving environments, and the slide is topped off with a tough set of steel white dot sights. 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.

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Note about our photos:
While we make every effort to ensure that our product photos are accurate, manufacturers occasionally change the design of components such as triggers, sights, or magazines without notice. Also, modifications to the firearm or component may be required in order to meet specific state compliance requirements. While we make every effort to accurately describe and illustrate the item you are going to receive, there may be visual differences on various components that do not affect functionality.

Caliber: 9mm

Action: Double Action Only

Barrel Length: 4"

Barrel Material: Hammer Forged

Slide: Steel

Slide Color: Black

Frame: Polymer

Frame Color: Black

Sights: 3 dot contrast

Overall Length: 7.3"

Unloaded Weight: 28 oz.

Magazines included: Two 10 round

Average of 5 customer reviews: Write a Review

5/5 StarsDate: May 15, 2019Reviewed by: JorgeLove It!!

I just purchased this gun from Ammo Bros and I love it! Thinking of purchasing it You will not go wrong if you do.

5/5 StarsDate: December 2, 2020Reviewed by: BradySpringfield XD9!

Just bought this gun from San Diego Ammo Bros. They made the process easy and fast. Great gun, should have this gun forever.

5/5 StarsDate: February 5, 2021Reviewed by: PinoyDragonsmooth natural grip and hold!

well made handle fits me just right, smooth easy pull trigger and feel. feels more centered to me than others. first hundred rounds review.

5/5 StarsDate: February 11, 2021Reviewed by: Azam BabaGreat !

One of the best polymer frame handgun, my 2nd Springfield. Bought at cerritos, CA locations, salesperson Andrew very knowledgeable and professional. XD-9 is the best, fired over 500 rounds not a single issue NADAAA

5/5 StarsDate: July 9, 2021Reviewed by: AndersonGreat quality pistol.!

This is my first pistol. I like the trigger better than Glock. Overall a great pistol for beginners.

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Springfield XD 4” Service Model 9mm Review

By Richard Johnson

Look around the industry and you will find a lot of good guns. You can also find many affordable pistols. But can you find one that combines both these qualities? When looking for the best performing defensive handgun for the money, the gun to beat is the Springfield Armory XD 4” Service Model 9mm.

Large enough for uniformed police and security yet light enough for concealed carry, the 4” XD pistol is a proven defensive weapon. It has nearly 20 years of service in the hands of law-abiding Americans from coast to coast. The real bonus is that practically all citizens of every income strata can afford one.

Reviewing the Springfield Armory XD 9mm pistol

Let’s take a close look at this pistol and see if it might fit your needs.


The 9mm XD Service pistol is an excellent example of a modern combat handgun. It is well built with excellent accuracy and an easy-to-learn trigger. The sights are clear and fast to use in all lighting conditions. When you hold and shoot this gun, you quickly realize why so many people are happy owners of it.

XD-9 logo closeup

With a 4” barrel and a 1.2” width, the XD Service Model is perfectly sized for any kind of uniformed law enforcement use. For example, I know of a private security agency that issues the 9mm XD Service Model here in Florida. The agency is responsible for high-risk operations that include nuclear facility security. Its officers have responded to many violent calls. Each time, the XD Service Model helped those officers successfully resolve dangerous situations.

Small guns tend to be rougher to shoot than larger guns of the same caliber. Bigger guns tend to absorb more of the felt recoil, have a larger surface area to grip and generate less muzzle blast. They do all of this while also improving the potential accuracy of the shots due to a longer sigh radius. All of these reasons make the XD Service Model an excellent choice for a home defense gun kept in a bedside lockbox. Since the XD has an accessory rail, you can also add a white light or supplemental aiming laser.

Springfield XD on police duty

Saying all of this, I also believe the XD Service Model makes an excellent pistol for civilian concealed carry. A 4” barrel isn’t much harder to conceal than one that is 0.5” to 1” shorter, which is the barrel length range of most “compact” carry pistols. Likewise, the additional girth of the pistol is easily managed with a quality holster.

The benefits to carrying a 9mm Service Model are numerous. One of the most obvious is capacity. A single magazine for this gun holds 16 rounds of felon repellant. Assuming you carry with one in the chamber, that’s 17 shots before you need to reload. That might seem like a lot when compared to a smaller pistol, but as my wife likes to say, “No one ever complained about having too much ammunition.”

Carrying the XD Service Model also offers the same benefits that you receive if you keep it as a home defense weapon: full grip, highly visible sights, modest recoil and an accessory rail.

Springfield XD pistol outside a vehicle

If you, like many of your fellow Americans, are on a tight budget, the XD Service Model makes even more sense. Springfield Armory did you a solid and now offers this pistol at an incredibly affordable suggested retail price of $339. For less than the price of many used guns, you can have a brand-new, lifetime warranty-backed XD Service Model.

Since it is suitable for both home defense and concealed carry, you can forgo purchasing multiple weapons and rely on the proven XD platform. That leaves a lot of cushion in the monthly budget for family meals and school clothes.

XD 4” Service Model Specs

Weight28 oz.
Overall Length7.3″
GripsIntegral, polymer
Capacity16+1 (one)

Range Time

When I test guns, I shoot hundreds – sometimes thousands – of rounds through them while looking for any flaws I can find. I run all kinds of ammo and bullet styles: +P, standard pressure, JHP, FMJ and polymer-tipped. Such was the case with the 4” XD.

In my case, I have shot several XD Service pistols in the past couple of decades. I had a pretty good idea of what to expect when I went to the range. Consequently, I had high expectations. The XD delivered. With 760 rounds of ammunition through the gun, I had no problems at all. All kinds of ammo performed flawlessly in this pistol.

Man shooting a Springfield Armory XD 9mm pistol

Accuracy was excellent out to 25 yards. Most guns can perform better than the guy pulling the trigger and that seemed to be the case with my test gun. When I did my job, the pistol put the rounds where they needed to go.

Premium self-defense loads like the Federal HST 147-gr. JHP, Hornady Critical Duty 135-gr. FlexLock and the Speer Gold Dot 124-gr. JHP +P all performed at or above expectations. All fed and fired with 100% reliability and turned in excellent groupings.

VelocityEnergyAverage 5-Shot Group Size
Blazer Brass 115 gr FMJ1,120 fps320 ft-lbs2.78″
Federal HST 124 gr +P JHP1,167 fps375 ft-lbs2.04″
Hornady Critical Duty 135 gr FTX1,009 fps305 ft-lbs2.44″
Speer Gold Dot 124 gr JHP1,114 fps342 ft-lbs2.17″

One of the complaints some shooters express about modern striker-fired pistols is that the triggers are not smooth. I agree that striker-fired handguns do have a different feel than that of a classic double-action revolver, but I disagree that they are bad. In fact, the XD has one of the best triggers in its class. With a moderate amount of take up, the trigger has a relatively short pull with a consistent weight until it breaks. I like the way it feels.

Springfield Armory XD grip closeup

Of additional concern to some people is the feel of the trigger safety. Like many striker-fired pistols, the XD uses a pivoting centerpiece in the face of the trigger to help prevent accidental discharges. Springfield Armory uses a trigger safety that appears to have rounded edges to improve comfort during long range sessions. I found the comfort of the safety to be excellent.

Another of the XD’s design features that stands out to me is the shape of the backstrap directly under the slide. This upper portion of the frame cuts inward significantly. While this may be done specifically for the reliable engagement of the grip safety, I appreciate it because it allows me to get exactly the right amount of finger on the trigger every time I draw the gun.

Bottom Line

Springfield Armory offers a lot of great handguns. From custom 1911 pistols that cost thousands to modern XD-M and Hellcat polymer handguns, the company offers a lot of options for all budgets.

All weather XD pistol

At the end of the day, however, the original XD line remains reliable and eminently affordable. For a defensive tool, the XD seems to check all of the boxes while keeping the suggested retail price at only $339. For new pistols, it is tough to find a quality defensive gun for less than $350 – especially one with the track record of the XD.

For my money, the XD Service 4” 9mm pistol is one of the best self-defense deals on the market today.

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Springfield XD Mod 2 Subcompact 9mm

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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