Springfield Armory® Releases XD(M)® 4.5” Threaded Barrel Pistols

    Springfield Armory announced today their first production model pistols designed for suppressor support. These two XDm pistols come in a 4.5 inch barrel in both 9mm and 45 acp. The 45acp comes in black while the 9mm version comes in dark earth.

    As more and more states legalize suppressors the number of pistols coming out with threaded barrels is growing a great deal. Older models are convertable by purchasing threaded barrels while new pistols like these XDms are being released.

    New suppressor ready XDm models.

    New suppressor ready XDm models.



    (Geneseo, IL) – This week, Springfield Armory® is introducing a Lipsey’s exclusive XD(M)® 4.5” Threaded Barrel Pistol in both .45ACP and 9mm options. The pistols are set for consumer and retailer availability by June 6, 2015.

    The XD(M)® 4.5” Threaded Barrel .45ACP model is only available in a black finish while the XD(M)® 4.5” Threaded Barrel 9mm model is only available in a Flat Dark Earth finish.

    “This is the first threaded barrel offering that we’ve released for our production pistols,” said Chad Dyer, Marketing Director at Springfield Armory®. “As more states legalize suppressors, we want to offer an affordable solution that caters to the growing demographic of suppressor users.”

    Licensed FFL holders can place orders for both pistols at https://www.lipseys.com.

    About the Springfield Armory® XD(M)® Series:
    Originally released in 2007, the XD(M)® Series is known for its ergonomic features, ease of operation and high performance in a production handgun. Offering a series of interchangeable backstraps, the XD(M)® can be tailored to fit a hand of any size.

    Learn more about the XD(M)® 4.5” 9mm Threaded Barrel Pistol:

    XD(M)® 4.5″ Full Size 9mm – Threaded Barrel

    Learn more about the XD(M)® 4.5” .45ACP Threaded Barrel Pistol:


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