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    Well, I just bought an XD45. Got to take it out after work tonight and shoot 30 rounds. I think I'm going to love this gun!

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    Congratulations. Safe shooting.

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    Cool I hope you do love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd G View Post
    Well, I just bought an XD45.
    Me, too. I already have a Service Model that is a real shooter - this one is a Compact - haven't had a chance to shoot mine, yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisley View Post
    Me, too. I already have a Service Model that is a real shooter - this one is a Compact - haven't had a chance to shoot mine, yet.
    Hey Bisley, let me know how that compact XD .45 shoots for ya.
    Im planing on getting one of those myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike.45px4 View Post
    Hey Bisley, let me know how that compact XD .45 shoots for ya.
    Im planing on getting one of those myself.
    They're great shooters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike.45px4 View Post
    Hey Bisley, let me know how that compact XD .45 shoots for ya.
    Im planing on getting one of those myself.
    It shoots great, just like the Service Model. I've been carrying it every day for the last 2-3 months, and it conceals easier than the Service Model, without giving up anything in accuracy or reliability. I don't need the 'old one' at all, any more, but it's just too great a shooter to get rid of. I guess I'll just save it for a grandkid.

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    Congrats.

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    They shoot really nice. They are 2006 Gun of the Year.

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