Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: A Shot at Springfield Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: A[nother] Shot at Springfield Edition By Jeremy S. - October 5, 2021 22 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Hey don’t attack the messenger! There’s a few more Springfield memes in my quiver, though, I must admit. But not because I seek them out! Though obviously I agree with this one. Kidding! Kidding. Or am I? ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Keep It Holstered Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Tactical Pooh Edition Gun Meme of the Day: That’s One High Cat Edition 22 COMMENTS Hey! My first firearm purchase was an XD-9 (way back when). When I was first learning to shoot, I liked the XD far more than the Glock. Reply I will say I wouldn’t own one except I got it used cheap before they were known to be tool bags. My XD .45 has a way better trigger than the Glocks I’ve shot. Nothing against the guns, just SA. Reply I prefer the Glock, but then I had it for 10 or 11 years before I got the Springfield’s (XDS, and XD Mod 2, both in 9mm). I also bought them used cheap from a guy who bought them before the tool baggery. They are in my carry rotation, though. In fact the XDS is the current carry gun. Reply Work for 2-3 h0urs in y0ur spare time and get paid 1200 0n your bank acc0unt every week… Get more inf0rmation 0n f0ll0wing site… Visit Here Reply Springfield XDM’s are waay better… Reply Had an XD-40 that was one of the very first imported into the country. Had it for a while, it was ok…until one day I locked the slide back, poked a mag in it, released the slide and BAM!, it went off. Got rid of it after Springfield essentially told me that was “impossible”. Told the guy who bought it and he seemed ok with it. Reply I think your supposed to take your finger off the death toggle before you rack the slide? Reply Is it possible to have the trigger pulled when you release the slide and have it fire? I’ve never even thought about trying that on my P229. You’d have to be a blithering idiot to actually do it other than on purpose for testing. Reply I like my springfield guns. Ymmv. Reply Never owned a .40 cal of any make. Have run about 1500 rounds through an XD-45 with no problems or malfunctions. Still carry my 1911 officers model as my CCW. All I can say is try everything you can and find something you like and are comfortable using. Reply First firearm purchase was an XDM in .40, because it was in between 9mm and 45. I figured go halfway. I didn’t know any better. Anywho many many years later, I don’t use it any more. I also don’t sell any of them…so…that is that. Has a fond place in my heart, but I don’t like it anymore. Reply Second handgun was an XD-40 subcompact. Bought it in 2008 and still have it. Very reliable, ok accuracy but pretty snappy recoil. I know everyone now hates Springfield but the XD 40 is a reliable gun. Bonus, when all the ammo runs start you can still get .40 until people start buying “whatever is left” Reply I don’t have a Springfield other than the Saint AR in .300 AAC I love that thing. As far as shooting .40, that’s what I carry is a Sig in .40. I’ve owned and shot .22 38 and .357 Mag, 9mm 44 mag and really the .40 is just fine. As others said, find something that works for you and shoot it. There are areas that are far more important than what caliber. Any modern cartridge and modern high quality firearm will serve a person nicely once they master the basics. Reply I’ve shot a few Springfield manufactured gunms. Reply How did you cook them? Reply In a cajun gumbo. Reply An XD-40 is one of my neighbor’s CCW. She carries it all the time. I’ve shot it, and it’s about on par with a Glock. Reply My experience also, maybe even a little better. Reply my friend will not part with his p9 but it doesn’t have grip zone anyway. Reply Screw Springfield they stabbed gun owners in the back Reply Got an XDS 45 that is a POS. Should have wasted my money at the casino instead. Reply The percentage of obese people in Japan is only 3.5%. This is one of the lowest rates in the world. It is even less among the female part of the https://japanese-women.net/ population. The secret of the harmony of Japanese women is kept in nutritional habits. The local cuisine was formed in conditions of a total shortage of products. In Japan, there is simply very little flora and fauna. They had to focus on the quality of food and its usefulness. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.