SKU XD9821


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Product Information & Specs

The Springfield Armory XD 3 Sub-Compact offers the ergonomics and reliability characteristic of the full-size XD line and its 3 hammer forged steel barrel and compact frame make it optimal for concealed carry. With its X-Tension magazine the semi-automatic XD 3 Sub-Compact sports a 161 9mm capacity or 131 with its flush-fitting magazine and 121 and 91 in 40 SW respectively. Its loaded chamber indicator striker status indicator grip safety and Ultra Safety Assurance Action Trigger System make the XD 3 Sub-Compact a safer gun to use. Additional features include its durable polymer frame Melonite-coated slide and barrel and three dot steel sights.


The 3 Sub-Compact from Springfield Armory is designed to bring you the most in a concealed carry pistol. Its superior ergonomics reliable performance and astonishing capacity combine to put more into a concealable pistol than you will find anywhere else. - Caliber 9mm - Recoil System Dual Spring w Full Length Guide Rod - Sights Dovetail Front and Rear (Steel) 3-Dot - Weight (with Empty Magazine) 26 ozs. - Height 4.75 - Slide Forged Stainless Steel Matte Rounds with Polished Flats - Barrel 3 Hammer Forged Steel Melonite 110 Twist - Length 6.25 - Grip Width 1.20 - Frame Black Polymer - Magazines 10 Round Stainless Steel

UPC 706397853457
Caliber 9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)
Capacity 10+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 3 BARREL
Weight 1.6 LBS.
Finish BLACK


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