Springfield Armory XD(M) OSP Unboxed at the Gun Counter

The Springfield Armory XD(M) OSP 9mm has all of the features that shooters have come to love and expect from an XD but with some extra special options.

The OSP is optic ready. Red dots on handguns are faster and easier to see for most shooters. The OSP comes with an option for a Vortex Venom red dot mounted, co-witnessed and sighted in from the factory or it comes with three mounting plates that will allow just about any reflex red dot on the market to be mounted.

The OSP comes with two match grade barrels from the factory. One is a threaded barrel ready to accept your muzzle brake or suppressor and the other is a standard barrel that would be easier to conceal and that might be needed to stay legal in some states and for some competitions. The threaded barrel is threaded 1/2×28 and it comes with a thread protector for those times when nothing is screwed on. Both barrels are hammer forged and melonite coated for extra durability and reliability.

The sights are steel, robust, and taller than standard pistol sights so that they co-witness with an optic and see over the top of any suppressor you might screw on the barrel.

Ambidextrous mag release, rail on the dustcover, excellent trigger, and three backstraps to fit any hand size are standard fare on the OSP.

Two 19 round magazines ship with the gun.

MSRP is $958 but you can find them on GunsAmerica for a little over $800

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  • Hugo November 16, 2018, 2:35 pm

    I just got mine. The torx screws on the optics cover plate were on so tight, even my gunsmith had a tough time removing them. Other than that, it’s typical SA quality. Very accurate, eats any ammo without a hiccup. I mounted a Sightmark Mini Shot M-spec and I’m off to the range to test it out.

    • Matthew Rodewald November 14, 2019, 4:55 pm

      How did you mount the minishot mspec? The plate required bigger screws than the right came with.

  • Mackey Hedges November 15, 2018, 12:34 pm

    Do you have a Browning 1911 in 380? If so what is the price of the least expensive model? I would also be interested in a used one. This is for use a “knock around” pistol to carry in a tool bag on a four wheeler so any condition as long as it still fires will work.

  • akjc77 November 15, 2018, 11:59 am

    Wow this stuff is getting expensive!! $900 for that little bit of extra machine work? That’s good 1911 prices.

  • AL H. November 15, 2018, 6:49 am

    Had a XDM a few years back ( 9mm ) and could not get any good shot groups with it. sold it and bought a glock 19 which i was able to get good shot groups with. The glock did not feel comfortable in my hand so i sold it and bought a sig sauer p-320 which i love. Have had many different hand guns but by far this sig is the best i have ever owned. Try one out you might like it.

  • DAN III November 15, 2018, 6:25 am

    I use a Trijicon RMR on a Glock 19 & 19X. Would prefer a OSP setup on the XDm 9, 3.8

  • Slim November 15, 2018, 3:51 am

    Why would someone pay more for a subpar gun? XD’s are supposed to be the extra poor mans GLOCK. This one is very high priced and all those extras most people won’t use like the extra barrel workout a doubt are included in that inflated price. Imagine buying this gun and not using the threaded barrel due to the BS laws in your state(or just don’t want to)… The mags you won’t be able to use since they’re more than ten rounds,(feel sorry for Cali as they’ve been hammered on their gun laws, including no pistol grips which for that life of me I don’t understand… Guess they want us to be a crappier shot!)the threaded barrel again won’t be able to use so the suppressor height sights aren’t needed and unless you plan to use a red dot. And this is my opinion, the grip texturing is super ugly. The only thing I like about this pistol is it can hold 19+1 which is always a good thing. But the grip is longer to accept the higher capacity mag so it’s a give and take situation. Oh… Did you notice the optic cuts plate screws were missing part of the finish along with the standard length barrel as well that looks as used as my Gen 3 G22 that has thousands of rounds through it. I wouldn’t ever buy what looks like half ass work with the screws on the optics cap or the barrel damage, and definitely not having both problems. Sure if a call was made to the manufacturer they’d claim the damage on the barrel was due to test firing the it. And if even a full clip was shot out of that barrel the finish should still look brand new! Just buy a GLOCK and save hundreds and get a better quality pistol that has pretty much unlimited choices for aftermarket parts instead of paying for stock barrels and sights I know I wouldn’t buy if I was to buy suppressor height sights or an aftermarket barrel. For this price you could have a brand new GLOCK with a truly match grade barrel from Bar-Sto along with for example a Lone Wolf ultimate adjustable trigger you can get from CTD for $45(bare shoe since you’ll already have a trigger bar).

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