Got my new used xd from a friend for 350.. . shes beutifull.. The first time i looked at it i thought i was seeing some more wear then i really was.. he shined it up a bit before giving to to me and now the only scratch on the outside is up on top on the ejector and its just a light scuff.. and it needed a little cleaning inside the chamber and a coat of oil on the rest.. i havent been able to get out and shoot it yet becuase of the dam rain around here.. i dont want to shoot her in 40 degree weather and rain for the first time so i figure ill just wait it out a while and take er out to the range when its a bit nicer out.. i must of dry fired it 50 times or so last night though . i love the feeling of this gun.. couldent ask for more.. Does anyone know if casting your own lead for these is a bad idea? i know for glocks ive seen some places its not recomended.. but wasent sure about for the xd? Chances are i will not do it anyways.. but he also gave me the tools for reloading and one of the things was the lead and molds.. so i thought i would ask . also when i whiped down the slide with just a drop of outers oil on a patch .. i think i may have got just a light bit on the top part of the frame.. Is that bad practice? should i field strip from now on to prevent any getting on the frame?