I have been trying to buy an XDM-9 for three weeks now. It seems that no one has them in my area. Anyone know a good on-line retailer that will ship to my local gun shop? I have checked a couple out on line and I dont know who is credible and who isnt....
I ordered my XD9SC from XD pistols.com. http://www.xdpistols.com/category/7-...M_Pistols.aspx Transaction went smoothly although I thought they could have shipped it a bit faster.
And there always Bud's http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/i...sort/3a/page/1
Thanks guys...you would think I was trying to buy a rare painting or something. I never figured I would have this hard of a time buying a gun. This is my third purchase (Im a newb) and the other two were easy...
Purchasing a popular new model pistol that is in short supply can be difficult in the best of times. When the entire country is buying everything available in preperation for Armageddon it can be next to impossible.
Patience and perseverance will win out in the longt run.
Try here: http://www.galleryofguns.com/#
Use the Genie.
Check your local pawn shops...seriously. Wife and I went to one today to look. She's got it in her head she wants a pistol. Tried a Taurus airweight in 38spl. No comments, but I hated the DA trigger pull, and it had a spur hammer which should be chopped on any small revolver IMO. But I was talking to the owner all the while eyeballing a G26 for $525 in the case! He stated he had special ordered it for someone and they never picked it up. Had it for eight months he told me. He also has some nice looking used 20rd straight AR mags for $10 each. If the gun show sucks tomorrow, I'll be going back to that shop. I told him he cut my usual dealer on the G26 as my Glocks have been $549 to start. Some of them would rather move inventory rather than make killer profits.
Someone on another forum said they contacted SA and asked this very question and was told you will never see the XD M in the compact model. Take any way you want. Thats what I herd.
I expect the M series to replace the XD standard over time because of the adjustable grip. As molds wear and require replacement they can be replaced with the M design just as easily as the standard. The adjustable grip expands the potential customer base.
i been looking in pawn shop around town here for a XDM too..