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Springfield XD9645HCSP06 XD Compact 13+1/10+1 45ACP 4" Reviews

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34 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.9 of 5 Stars!
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by Juergen G Sunday 20 March, 2011
The first trip to the range with 200 rounds of quality reloads went off without a hitch. As I had come to expect from this brand and model it worked perfectly right out of the box. No malfunctions of any sort. It also carries very comfortably in the Blackhawk Serpa Concealment Holster which I picked up recently. One nice thing about that holster is that it fits both my 45 compact and my XD9 sub compact.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Juergen G Saturday 12 March, 2011
I already own a XD9 sub compact but wanted a 45, too. My XD 9 has been flawlessly reliable so I decided to get this one. It is very accurately described as a COMPACT as opposed to a SUB COMPACT. The grip is slighly longer than on the SC and of course the barrel has an additional inch of length. It is still concealable, particularly with the flush fitting mag. It also fits the Galco Matrix holster I already own for the SC with the barrel sticking out the underside of the holster which is nice so I can use the same on both. This will be an excellent addition to my collection. Order processing took a wee bit longer than I would have liked but stayed within specified time frames.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Thomas S Thursday 24 February, 2011
This summer I purchased my first gun a Springfield Arms 4” compact in .45ACP from Bud's Gun Shop. I used their lay away program and I have to say I am very impressed. I received several updates throughout the purchase process, I was notified when my check was received and when it cleared. After payment was received in full they shipped my gun out in the next day or so without a problem. I have recommended Bud’s to several other people and they have all been surprised with the pricing and service. As far as the .45 goes I love the thing! I have shot 15 – 20 boxes through it and it’s a hell of a gun for the money. I think it’s time to spend some of the tax return money on a new toy from Bud’s…

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Pedro T Saturday 10 April, 2010
The first thing I will have to say is that Buds is incredible. I order my XD 45 on Tuesday an it was on my hands on Friday. That second day air rocks. This is my first order over the internet and I was very skeptical. But because all the reviews I have been reading from Buds are very good I decided to give it a chance. Guess what? I will make all my orders from Buds. Their email update system is on target. My local FFL couldn't match Buds prices. Even paying the fees for the transfer I saved money. I got to work this weekend so I cant go to the range. But I can say it came in in perfect condition. It feels great. Perfect fit for my hand. I have small but bulky hands. This review will be continued. Buds is definitely the best Bang for your buck.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Jim K Sunday 04 April, 2010
I had been lusting after a compact 45 with a decent capacity for quite awhile. Primarily I was interested in getting back to carrying a 45 from a 9mm after losing 125 pounds with my gastric bypass surgery. I wanted a 45 with a 10rd capacity and an ability to load even higher capacity mags. My choices were either a Glock M30 or the XD and I'd already owned and sold the Glock. I find them too blocky for my smallish hands. But I'd once fired the full size XD 45 owned by a client (I'm an NRA Certified Firearms Instructor with over 20 years experience) of mine and was very pleased with the entire experience. So I ordered the gun from my (now) favorite online source, Bud's. I simply have never been able to find a better price anywhere. So I got the gun from my home FFL and of course my first task is to check the chamber so I grab the slide in my left hand and attempt to rack it back. WHOA! I handed the gun to the FFL (also a gunsmith and a superb one) and ask HIM to try. He pulls it to the rear with difficulty and says: "Ummmmm maybe this was set up for +P ammo?" So I took it to a nearby range and put it thru my "GO TO WAR test." I used to be a US Army Officer. One of my best bud's was a special forces Lieutenant Colonel and he once said if HE had to "go to war" and take a sidearm from the box into battle he'd want it to be "X" and NO I won't tell you which one he was speaking of! But the TEST is to shoot it right from the box (without prior cleaning or lubrication) and see how long it takes to fail. The XD passed with flying colors and it wasn't even the one my buddy was speaking of originally. LOL. I took a brand new firearm and put maybe two hundred rounds thru it with ZERO malfunctions. However, there was a "glitch" and it wasn't so much a problem I could identify as being in the weapon. That dang recoil spring is just almost too durn tough to pull to the rear with the non firing hand! I even sent it back to Springfield Armory to check it and they said they'd tuned the extractor some, but that the recoil spring was properly tensioned. Wow. So I ran an IDPA match with the gun. I found that I was unable to rack the slide back with sufficient force to decisively extract the unfired round at the end of the string and that is UNSAFE. I know, I'm also an IDPA certified Safety Officer. But as the seasoned instructor that I am, I knew that there are many techniques to overcome any difficulty in the realm of shooting either for competition or survival. So I tried another technique. So I clamped my weak or non firing hand over the top of the slide near the rear sight. I clamped it tight and shoved my firing hand, gripping the weapon correctly, straight forward and you know what? That slide popped back nice and tight and the dummy round I had inserted just ejected with a decisive "PING!!!" This is my new EDC (Every Day Carry) piece and so I have added some aftermarket parts to make it even better: Besides the near obligatory extra mags (both std 10 rd and Hi-Cap 13 rd magazines) I ordered a set of TRITIUM--FIBER OPTIC sights since my eyes are aging and I need the extra definition. I also ordered a set of Crimson Trace Laser Grips, which for the XD is actually a module that has a cut out to handle the grip safety. I have become a big fan of lasers recently and find them to be very useful. My overall impression of this firearm is that it serves every purpose for which it was designed with admirable ease and reliability. The recoil spring is still very tough and so I might not recommend this for a novice shooter for only that reason. Otherwise this gun is great and it should be purchased from BUD'S if you want the best price. No I don't work for the company nor do any of my relatives or friends.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Shawn G Thursday 04 February, 2010
Just recieved my XD45 Compact a couple days ago, you have to love Buds 2nd day air shipping. Took it to the range and fed 200 rounds through it without a hiccup. Shot groups with it and I have to say this thing is just as if not more accurate than my XDm .40 ! Seems to really love my speer 200gr. Gold Dot handloads, managed to put 5 shots in one ragged hole at 15 yards, awesome gun!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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