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KadenBear

9mm vs .40 S&W vs .45 acp

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KadenBear

I am looking at buying a Springfield  XD Mod.2. I am just undecided on which caliber. I have shot all 3 calibers and I really like the .45. Any advice would be helpful.

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monstermoose78

It's up to you but I like the 40 

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knoppers

stay away from the 9, I have not shot any 40, but I do like my 45. the only thing good about the 9, is its cheaper to shoot. I shoot rugers, so I don't know much about the springfield.

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ZachD

Why stay away from a 9mm?

I love my 9mm xdm I prefer if as my carry over my .45

Is this for target practice, home defense, ccw?

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KadenBear

For right now it will be all 3.

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Musky hunter 82

I have the 9mm XD mod.2 with the short barrel and love that gun.  I went with the 9mm because that's what all of my handguns are so I only have to buy 1 kind of ammo (but I might get a .40 someday). 

I forgot to mention that I would rather have the XDS for a CCW, since it's a single stack and a little lighter and narrower.  I CCW a smith and Wesson M&P shield in 9mm and really like it as well, the slide is a little tighter/harder to work then the Springfield but it's still really nice.

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