Springfield Armory XD Service 4

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.45 ACP w/thumb safety

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the Springfield Armory XD Service 4 series pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

Springfield Armory’s XD Service 4 series semiauto pistols feature a 4″ barrel and are chambered in .45 ACP, .40 SW, .357 SGI, .45 GAP or 9mm. The series is built on a polymer frame, and frame color choices include black, olive-drab green and dark earth. The slide is stainless steel, and available slide finishes include satin and black melonite.

.45 ACP without thumb safety

Standard features on XD Service 4s include:

  • a loaded chamber indicator;
  • a striker status indicator;
  • an optional thumb safety;
  • a grip safety;
  • a double-slot accessory rail;
  • the Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) trigger system;
  • an ambidextrous magazine release;
  • a fully hammer-forged barrel;
  • easy no-tool disassembly;
  • two steel high-capacity magazines; and
  • point-and-shoot ergonomics.

Dovetail front and steel three-dot rear sights come standard; tritium sights are optional. A ported version is also available.

Note: High-capacity magazines may not be available in some states.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Weight
.45 ACP 13+1 4″ 7.3″ 5.5″ 30 oz. w/empty mag
.45 GAP 9+1 4″ 7.3″ 5.5″ 29 oz. w/empty mag
.40 SW 12+1 4″ 7.3″ 5.5″ 30 oz. w/empty mag
.357 SIG 12+1 4″ 7.3″ 5.5″ 30 oz. w/empty mag.
9mm 16+1 4″ 7.3″ 5.5″ 28 oz. w/empty mag

MSRP: $578–$666

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3 thoughts on “Springfield Armory XD Service 4

  1. SSG Thomas Anderson USASF

    I like this pistol a lot. I carried it on duty and i have to admit that it is one of the most comfortable handguns I have shot. I like the fact that it has several safety features that makes it near impossible to not know the weapon’s status upon handling. You can know the status of the weapon without even looking at it…just by feel.

    A small drawback to this weapon is the fact that it is slippery and could use a little stippling around the gripping surface.

    It is easy to disassemble and clean. I would recommend it. I have staked my life on it. it is a good solid dependable weapon.

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  3. Danny

    I have one of these in 357, and one in 40 which my wife carries in her purse. The fact that I got it for her to carry, speaks to my opinion on it. If you want a moderately powerful full size striker/polymer gun, you will love it. They are accurate enough, better safety than a glock or S&W M&P, and stone axe reliable. They also point well, and are easy to learn to use including field stripping. I like to say if my 1911s are like my hot rods, then these are like V6 Camrys (which my wife and I both drive daily). The only thing I dont like is the trigger, but that comes with the territory on these sorts of guns.

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