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CZ P-10C at the line

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by armoredman, May 28, 2017.

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  1. armoredman

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    This baby just begs to be run. Ate everything I fed it, 115 to 135 grain, factory and reload. Only got about 200 rounds through it, but no failures of any kind. I was worried the grip texturing would be too painful to shoot - once I touched off the first round I didn't notice a thing. Trigger was great with a phenomenal reset.
    Accuracy was just fine for standing rapid fire. The below group is 135gr Hornaday Critical Duty, 11 yards. .

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    I'm sure when I slow down and really try for accuracy I'll be very pleasantly surprised, but I did try some clay pigeons someone left at 70 yards and I know I hit one or two of them. ;)
     
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    Well it is a CZ...accuracy is what we expect, reliability is legendary. If not for needing a P-01, and SP-01 I'd buy one of these. In fact I'd buy a full size one in 45 tomorrow if there was such a thing.
     
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    Thanks for the update on the CZ P-10C. I like the clean lines and overall appearance of the gun.
     
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    My local shop had some P-10s in stock yesterday morning, went back in the afternoon to pick up a pistol I had in for repair and they said all five were gone. Not surprising. I don't get excited about striker fired guns anymore, but it felt nice in the hand and seemed to have a decent trigger. I'm sure they'll be in short supply for a while.
     
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    It looks like copy of a Glock w/cosmetic enhancements. It superior to previous CZ pistols because it is cheaper to make. It looks like they can stop making CZ75b.
     
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    I prefer the all metal 75 series pistols to anything polymer, although I do like the CZ polymer offerings, but not enough to own them yet. I doubt CZ will stop making the 75B, or the other metal framed pistols as they sell well. It would be like Beretta ceasing production of the 92 series.
     
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    It looks like a superior enhanced better copy of a Glock to me. ;)
     
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    Its a CZ that speaks for itself and it shows on the steel target.... For me, I just don't care for striker fired guns... But i do love my 97b, 75b and now my 75d pcr. find my self using it more then my Sig 938... good shooting.
     
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    I've had my CZ P10C since May 4th and have about 1000 rounds though it to date. Here is a target from today, shooting 20 rounds of Perfetca 115 gr. 9mm fired off hand at 25 yards.

    I loaded 5 rounds each into 4 magazines and fired as quickly as the front sight settled down and performed three fast magazine changes.

    The target is a regular 8 1/2 by 11 inch piece of copy paper with a blue 4 inch by 4 inch post-it note attached
     

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    You mean Glock ISN'T "perfection"? What ever will the Glock lovers do????
     
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    I like my two Glocks, I really enjoy my new CZ P10, but I prefer my FN 509 so far today. However, my P229 is the "perfection" pistol to me.
     
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    I never said that...but the advertising campaign seems to be aimed at someone...

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    I own or have owned about every CZ handgun ever made except or the original "Short Rail".

    Just ordered a P-10C from Buds this weekend. FDE frame for $500 delivered. Best price I have seen. Wanted to wait but they are flying off the shelves as fast as they are listed.

    They are my favorite handguns. There are 2 exceptions, the CZ100, trigger is really bad, I mean one of the worst I have ever had. I like the CZ97B in. Great gun but the originals had a large grip and made it hard to get proper finger position on the trigger.
     
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    I had a CZ100. Important word - "had". I tried like crazy to get used to the trigger and it just wasn't working for me, had to let it go.
     
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    Hickok45 review video in 3, 2, 1...
     
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    I'm sure he's done one by now, much more informative and distinguished than mine, posted here for compare and contrasting purposes only. ;)

     
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    Yep.



    Looks like it is actually bigger than the G19 (by a bit, but enough) and with the straighter profile, likely significantly harder to carry, looks more like the G17 in carryability IMO.

    I'll love to try the trigger when I get a chance (FN 509 too) but it will have to be truly amazing to stand up to my G17 (my favorite 9mm, replacing even my BHP).
     
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    What do you mean, "straighter profile"? Only curved pistol I know of is the Taurus Curve, and I wouldn't carry that on a bet. In a decent holster I could see the P-10C being perfectly comfortable to carry, in the same class as a G-19, Which most holsters it does fit), not a full size pistol, (like the SP-01 Phantom I am concealing right now), but, like any pistol, the holster and the belt are key to proper carry. A Raven 25ACP will stick out carried badly, while a Glock 17 in a well designed holster on a well built belt will easily conceal.
     
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    The grip "angle" looks more straight, much like the P07. I find, on me, the infamous Glock grip angle makes the gun conceal ever so slighly better than non Glocks of the same size. This is in regards to grip height. Everyone else will of course be different.

    Case in point, for me, with the same holster and belt, the P07 conceals slighly worse than the Glock 19 eventhough they are essencially the same size. it is slight, but noticable for me, especially under a light tshirt.

    Not a huge deal since my favored carry guns are a bobbed 1911 or Glock 17, but size wise I would have wished the P10 was slightly smaller considering the 15 round mag.

    But I look forward to trying one out some day, as I do like CZ pistols quite a bit.
     
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    It appears to be full size handgun not something suitable for ccw.
     
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    The want is strong with this one.
     
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    Only if concealing in a Speedo. Please consider the following;

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    Full size CZ P-09 in High Noon Close Encounter IWB rig. Completely disappears under either covering garment or with oversize t-shirt. Oddly enough, the P-10c also fits in this rig.

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    Beretta PX4 Storm compact in a High Noon Down Under with clip. Another one that was easy to hide.

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    This is what I was wearing today, and I still am. CZ SP-01 Phantom, (photo shows shorter 16 round mag, using full size 18 round mag), in High Noon Down Under IWB with straps. Hides very easily under an oversized t-shirt.

    See, I don't care what I look like, married and most of the way to deaths door, so who cares? If you have to look neat and trim, wucked in with shirt and tie, no jacket, you are limited to mouse guns, for certain.
     
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