Eaa witness compact 10mm?

Eaa witness compact 10mm?

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    Eaa witness compact 10mm?

    Anyone here have one of these in thair "wonder finish"? I was thinking of getting one. For those here who own one how well does it conceal/shoot? Also will it fit cz-75 compact holsters? Could anyone here post pics of your gun? thanks

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    I have had several Witnesses, but not the 10mm. I traded my .40 compact for a competition .22 rifle, since I had a Glock 23 with higher capacity. I still have 2 witnesses and 3 barrels, and will never get rid of either. By the way, you can trade out barrels and mags in a10mm for a .45, .40, etc. I forget which switches for which, but I have a 9mm, .40 and .41AE all for the same gun. Love them! The wonderfinish is VERY hard!
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    Hey, Joe, looks like our discussion is paying dividends. I love my 10mm and like I said I thing the EAA is a great firearm at a very good price. My next purchase after the Norincos will be an EAA in .38 Super. 10mm will probably not be far behind.
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    I recently inherited one in .38 Super. So far, I'm really enjoying it. It shoots great and feels very natural in the hand.
    If you give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. If you teach a man to fish, he will sit in a boat and drink beer.

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    Yes George it has I've always liked the 10mm concept and really liked a glock 20 I once had. The 10mm is a very verseital handgun round indeed,and those EAA witness compact look really cool I think.

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    I've got one. It's not reliable, and I've tried a LOT of things in it to make it so (magazine & recoil springs, etc.).

    But I ALSO have a full-size polymer 10mm Witness that is just a plain-old shooting mo-sheen. Accurate, doesn't jam, feels good in the hand, and it was cheap.

    10mm is hard on guns, especially little ones. Witnesses, at least compacts in 10mm, are "hit or miss" as a consequence. I don't feel ripped off in the least- their "hit or miss" character is reflected in their relatively low price, I knew what I was getting into when I got into it, and tinkering with the guns is part of the fun!

    I hope yours is as good as my fullsize...
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    My Witness was my first of now three 10mm. However I am not getting the reliability, hence is not carried as I had hoped. It DID sell me on 10mm!

    I ordered a Crossbreed for it...WOW...great carry rig. I use it for my Glock 29 now.
    "If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men." Romans 12:18
    ...if not...be prepared to meet Mr.10mm, .45, .40 or any one of their little brothers.

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    Witness Compacts are a crap shoot. The full sized guns run better.
    Compact 10mm are based on the large frame. CZ Compact holsters
    are probably to small.
    That said..
    I luv my full sized Witness 10!
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