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> Springfield XDm 5.25 competition 9mm with action work
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post Dec 12 2018, 04:02 PM
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I have a Springfield XDm competition 5.25" pistol in 9mm with lots of upgrades that I have decided to sell. This pistol has the full gunsmith fitted (it's the step above the other one that uses a sear that's custom fit to improve the action even more) trigger kit by Powder River (done by a local gunsmith), the Powder River titanium firing pin safety (the lighter safety allows a lighter spring to lower trigger pull a few more ounces), the Powder River titanium cocking indicator (also lighter springs allow a lighter trigger pull), and the cocking indicator has had the plastic sleeve it rides in replaced by a metal upgraded piece, and a Powder River billet ejector, a stainless guide rod, a "Talon Grip" (the more aggressive grip tape style) and I forget what else. It has the factory case and I'll include three 19 round magazines for it. These are amazing pistols and I built this for "Steel Challenge" competition and some Multigun matches. It's extremely accurate and has been perfectly reliable. I love these pistols, I just don't shoot them very often anymore (I have been to the range 3 times this year instead of my typical 1-2 times a week) so I thought I'd see if there's any interest here.

Pics on request. Verify that this item complies with all local laws. Must be transferred through a dealer. If you're unsure, please check with a local dealer to verify this item is legal in your area. I know the 19 round mags make this illegal in CO, NJ and a few others. I am not able to do the CA DOJ paperwork sine I'm not a dealer.

$900 plus freight
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