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flashback to my childhood, MC Thick, "Cruisin' down tha street, real slow, wid da fellas be yellin' MARRERO!!!"
but seriously, I'm from the middle of LA, lil town called Cheneyville.
 

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flashback to my childhood, MC Thick, "Cruisin' down tha street, real slow, wid da fellas be yellin' MARRERO!!!"
but seriously, I'm from the middle of LA, lil town called Cheneyville.


I just moved here (work) from P.C. Fla, nice place, not what I'm used to but nice. Alot quieter than P.C.
 

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I have an xd-40. seen an xdm in action, pretty nice lil' gun. guy said one thing he didn't like was that he couldn't get the last round into the magazine.
 

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I have the xd 40 also, FINE piece of equiptment. I just recently aquired the xdm and I love it. Yea the 16 round mag gets really stout at the end but the xdm's come with a speed loader, tell your buddy to try it , it's really easy with the loader not to mention faster and no thumb blisters on range day.
 

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two xd's?!? one for each hand I guess!
I had a sig you could change grips on, that was pretty cool. the guy I know with the xdm also had a different grip on his, it was pretty cool. he just mentioned that he had it. So what do you do for a livin?'
 

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I am a proffessional captain, I work in the offshore oil field. I am actually offshore nowe on my lap top. Sorry for the long time to reply, I was making rounds I'm on tower now. And you?
 

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No not 1 for each hand, I buy a new hand gun every couple of years or so and when I got a hankerin for a new one, I liked the xd so much and had heard how much better the xdm's were I decided to get the xdm. They arent THAT much better, after all it's hard to improve perfection, the grip is a little more comfortable, the bigger mag is nice , and the trigger is SLIGHTLY smoother but no real remarkable difference. I think the original xd's were excellent all ready.The match grade barrel on my xdm (to me anyway) is no more accurate than my xd barrel , I shoot the same consistent tight groups with either. Not a testimate to my shooting ability which is average I'm sure. The xd's and xdm's shoot the same to me they just FEEL slightly different.
 

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Welcome from Indiana!
 

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Well Captain, thank you for gettin' out there, my brother's brother-in-law works out on a rig, and my brother himself did it for a little while last time he got back from Iraq. I am a part time computer programmer who works in a warehouse full time to keep himself out of trouble. There I am a glorified janitor, cleaning some of the food processing equipment for the grocery store chain (Publix) i work for. Since you've lived in FL, you prolly heard of it!
be safe out there, every roughnecker I've eyeballed who did it for any length of time always had a missing finger or two. Best thing I've liked about the XDM that I've seen is the lack of a need to pull the trigger on takedown. but I don't find that to be an incredibly big deal.
 

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Welcome to the Forum form Colorado
 

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Welcome! Nice pistols. And don't worry, you'll develop a love/hate relationship with Louisiana soon enough... ;)
 

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Welcome from Minnesota!
 
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