First Look: Springfield Armory XD-M & XD-M Elite 35-Round Magazine

posted on December 28, 2021
35-round magazine

The XD-M is a modern update to the XD pistol that has a host of performance enhancements. A favorite of competitive shooters and defensive-minded individuals, it has the performance upgrades give you an edge on the range or in a  self-defense situation.

The XD-M Elite has all the features of the XD-M along with improved ergonomics and the META (Match Enhanced Trigger Assembly) system with a flat face, crisp break and integral overtravel stop. These elements combine to deliver one of the best triggers in a factory polymer-framed pistol available on the market.

Both the XD-M and the XD-M Elite are available in a variety of frame sizes, barrel lengths and chamberings. When chambered in 9 mm, the XD-M and XD-M Elite ship with magazines that vary in capacity from 14 rounds up to 20 rounds, depending on the model you choose. For those who need a little more firepower, Springfield Armory has just released a new 35-round extended magazine for both the XD-M and XD-M Elite series of 9 mm pistols.

The new 35-Round extended magazine from Springfield Armory is Designed with reliability, durability and capacity in mind and is the ultimate accessory for your XD-M or XD-M Elite 9 mm pistol.

XD-M / XD-M Elite 35 Round Extended Magazine Features

  • Compatible with all XD-M and XD-M Elite 9 mm pistols
  • Steel Construction
  • Black Teflon Finish
  • Polymer Basepad
  • Witness holes at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 rounds
  • Height: 8.5 inches

MSRP for the XD-M/XD-M 35-Round Magazine is $49.95, and more information on this product as well as other great from Springfield Armory is available at


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