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  • 2007: XD-M

    In 2007, Springfield Armory raised shooters’ expectations of what a polymer pistol should be with the introduction of the XD-M® series of pistols. The XD-M carried on the Springfield Armory tradition of setting the bar ever higher.

  • 2016: SAINT

    An entirely new platform for Springfield Armory, the SAINT™ AR-15 is a premium, features-packed rifle that elevates operation from muzzle to buttstock. The inspiration behind the SAINT AR-15 was born of the desire to build a rifle with upgrades that come standard on even our entry-level model. The expansion of the SAINT AR-15 line has included the SAINT Edge, and the SAINT Pistol.

  • 2017: XD-E

    With the announcement of the XD-E, Springfield Armory entered the market of DA/SA hammer-fired polymers. It features a single stack design, ambidextrous thumb safety/decocker, low-effort slide and exposed hammer that clearly shows gun mode. New shooter or skilled operator, the XD-E offers multiple modes of carry for your personal preference.

  • 2017: SAINT EDGE

    Shortly following the launch of the SAINT in 2016, Springfield Armory wasted no time releasing a premium line called the SAINT Edge. The Edge features a billet receiver paired with premier components for quick-handling and improved accuracy and is comparable to custom builds costing much more.

  • 2018: 911

    The newest platform to be offered by Springfield Armory is the most concealable pistol the company currently produces. With the feel of a 1911 scaled down to a pocket-friendly size, users don’t have to compromise shootability for concealability making it the best gun in its class.

  • 2018: XD-S MOD.2

    Springfield Armory’s best-selling pistol, the XD-S, begins a new generation of improved ergonomics with the introduction of the XD-S Mod.2. Providing the optimum grip and feel you need, it’s the smallest gun in its class with the evolution and improvements in .45ACP.

  • 2018: SAINT VICTOR

    The SAINT Victor series was introduced in late 2018 as a purpose built platform at an affordable price. Offering lightweight and agile solutions in both rifle and pistol configurations, the Victor series comes packed with enhanced components selected for rugged durability.

  • 2019: HELLCAT

    Featuring a patented magazine with best in class capacity of 11+1 and 13+1 with included extended magazine, the Hellcat is designed specifically for every day carry with Adaptive Grip Texture™ and high visibility sights. Also available in an optics ready OSP™ configuration, the Hellcat gives you The Capacity to Defend.

  • 2020: XDM-ELITE

    The polymer platform that broke the mold is now built around the all new META™ trigger for the ultimate performance in a striker-fired firearm. Further enhanced with removable magwell, increased capacity of 22+1 (20+1 with short magwell models) and improved slide serrations, the new XD-M® Elite represents the pinnacle of full-size, polymer-framed pistol design.

    Elmer C. Ballance began using the name “Springfield Armory” through his company (LH Manufacturing) dedicated to the first civilian production of the M14 rifle, calling it the M1A. Ballance began in San Antonio, Texas, and soon after moved to Devine, Texas, where the company gained momentum and popularity. In 1974, Ballance sold the company to the Reese family, who had a well-established production shop in Illinois and experience base. The company then expanded its market into other firearms, including the M1911. After further success, the company began to branch into even more types of firearms. The company, now run by Dennis Reese (formerly along with his brother Tom Reese), produces numerous firearms in many styles and models, ranging from the AR-pattern SAINT rifles and pistols, to the M1A family, to a wide range of 1911s, to the compact 911 .380 and 9mm pistols, and also a broad selection of polymer-framed pistols. The latter group includes the micro 9mm Hellcat, released in September 2019, which has proven to be extremely popular in the CCW market. The company has previously (as late as 2017) used a motto, “The First Name in American Firearms”, in reference to the original and operationally unrelated Springfield Armory of Springfield, Massachusetts, which was founded in 1777 and closed in 1968. Those two dates are included in a timeline on the company’s website, which notes that in 1974 “a passionate family by the name of Reese rescued” the Springfield Armory name.


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