This is a discussion on EAA Witness 10mm within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone know anything about the EAA Witness 10mm pistol? Looks like a sweet 10mm gun, there are few out there, and SRP is only ...
I have a Witness P Carry in 45acp, and just love it, Was my primary carry gun till I got my Glock 30. Can't really go wrong with a Witness. IMHO
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Heard really good things about the full size 10mm pistols. Heard mixed things about the compact sized ones.
If I ever make the jump to 10mm, the Witness will be looked at rather hard.
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Wonderful pistols in full size. Some say that they are refined CZs.
I bought one because I love the CZ75 and needed the 10mm power
Mine has a pair of one of the few custom grips made by Hakan for the
Witness. A Wolf 20 pound spring and abound 6,000 rounds thru it without complaint. However, I did break a crappy Clinton mag a few months ago after 7 years of use.
I only shoot/carry full-house loads and they are Winchester or Double Tap
for carry/hunting. Hot handloads for practice.
When I head for the woods, my pretty CZs stay home.
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I've had both the full and compact. The full-sized is a great gun and they are available for great prices. Accurate, reliable, fun to shoot, and they can fit someone like me who has girly-man sized hands.
I also had a compact. They are hit-and-miss propositions. Mine was a miss, but that is reflected in the price. They're fairly inexpensive, which I take to mean "you pays your money and you takes your chances".
If you get a good'un, you've really got something to be happy about!
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the witness is good to get started on, but why spend that money when you can step up in quality with a Glock 20, for those high powered handloads for not much more $$$ or find a used one. There is a used one at my local dealer for about $450.
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