Category Archives: 9mm

XD-S® 4.0 SINGLE STACK 9MM

When you need a concealed carry pistol that offers excellent capacity and the ultimate in shootability, check out the XD-S® 4.0″ Single Stack  in 9mm. You’ll find yourself astonished at how easy it is to shoot this small pistol. You’ll be even more impressed with how well it carries.

The XD-S® 4.0″ turns Springfield Armory®’s single stack XD-S® platform into a mid-sized pistol. The sub-compact frame extends to full-size length when you insert an X-Tension™ magazine, adding capacity and controllability for your time at the range. Use a flush fitting magazine for concealed carry, and you’ll forget it’s there.

Choosing a multi-purpose handgun doesn’t have to be a series of compromises anymore. The XD-S® 4.0″ Single Stack 9mm is a pistol that does not compromise in any department. Whether you are looking for capacity, concealability or shootability, you’ll find it in the XD-S® 4.0″ Single Stack 9mm. Put an XD-S® 4.0″ Single Stack in your hand today, and you’ll want to shoot it. Put it in your holster, and you’ll find that it’s Noticeably Unnoticeable™.

 

Crimson Trace Equips New Honor Defense Pistol

Wilsonville, OR –-(Ammoland.com)- When Crimson Trace learned that American firearms manufacturer Honor Defense* was releasing a new semi-auto pistol, the company’s next step was to create a laser sight to equip that new firearm.

The result is the Crimson Trace Laserguard LG-498 laser sight, engineered for the Honor Defense subcompact Honor Guard 9mm pistol.

“The Honor Guard 9mm pistol line already incorporates more features than any competitor’s models, and consumers expect similar top-quality accessories like Crimson Trace’s Laserguard to be installed,” said Gary Ramey, President of Honor Defense.

“This year, Honor Defense is excited to launch Crimson Trace equipped pistols as well as offer those laser sights as an accessory. Honor Defense stands for better quality and Made in the USA, and we are excited about our partnership with Crimson Trace.” Details on Honor Defense firearms can be found at http://www.honordefense.com

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Marines opt for the 9 mil over 45s for special operators

For Marine special operators, the never-ending debate over whether the 9mm or .45-caliber round is the more powerful bullet has been settled.
Previously, the classic .45-caliber Colt 1911 was one of three pistols that Raiders were allowed to carry, but now the 9mm Glock 19 is the only pistol that Marine special operators can take into battle, said Maj. Nick Mannweiler, a spokesman for Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command.