I knew beforehand that the Springfield Armory XD is a solid weapon, but the addition of a suppressor pushes this gun into even better territory.
One of the more interesting exhibits at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site is an 1861 rifle and bayonet left over from a lightning strike.
The Mod.2 is an updated version of the XD series with a new grip profile and texture, along with improved controls and sights, now with a 4-inch barrel.
The Lyte Ryder uses a modular body system designed for use with guns with short or long accessory rails. It’s on its way to stores now for less than $100.
When President Theodore Roosevelt saw the proposed design for the pigsticker on the Springfield 1903 rifle, he wasn’t amused.
With the XD-S line, Springfield Armory answered the call for a concealable, single-stack handgun that can double as a range gun in mostly fine fashion.
Perhaps the most recognizable sound on the range is the characteristic “ping” of the enbloc clip ejecting from the M-1 Garand. So recognizable in fact, that it can be put to music.
Crimson Trace is happy to announce the upcoming availability of a green light version of the Laserguard for the Springfield Armory XD-S series.
I asked the folks over at Talon Grips to send me a few different sets for two of my handguns. They obliged and, so far, I’m pleased with my findings.
An accidental discharge could happen at any stage of handling a live firearm, however, improper re-holstering is more often than not the culprit.