CZ P10-S. Anyone have one?

CZ P10-S. Anyone have one?

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    CZ P10-S. Anyone have one?

    CZ P10-S's are just starting to the shelves. Kygunco has a bunch available as of today as well. Does anyone have one yet? Looks like essentially a CZ P10c in the size of the M&Pc. I love my G26 or I'd strongly consider one.
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    Nothing can ever replace my g26. That being said, I felt the F fit my needs better. Was more interested in a home defense gun. 20 rounds on tap make me happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    Nothing can ever replace my g26. That being said, I felt the F fit my needs better. Was more interested in a home defense gun. 20 rounds on tap make me happy.
    I hear ya. I am a big fan of CZ's but this G26 is an absolute beast. Shockingly shootable for its size too. I love the Gen 5 trigger.
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    I've been eyeing the P-10 S with interest, as well. I recently acquired a threaded-barrel P-10 C and am really impressed with it. But like the previous posters, I dearly love my G26. I don't see it being replaced, but the P-10 S is the first thing I've seen come along that might even have the potential to do so.

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    No, but I'm getting a CZ P-07 to go with my CZ75 compact. I am really getting to like CZ.

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    After waiting for 5 years for CZUB to offer the P10 Sub_Compact, I gave up, left CZs behiund and
    went over to Walthers.

    25+ years of o CZs, and I'm now with one Walther and loving my XD MOD 2 9mm as much as any
    defensive pistol, same for the XDE in .45 ACP.

    Soft shooter with nice accuracy as well, at least the last time that I was the range.

    Nowdays, with my carpal tunnel battle, I can't even touch a gun.

    For the real deal on the P10s, look at my old friend's wife's new gun:

    https://www.thehighroad.org/index.ph...#post-11047920

    I'm sure that he will be getting his own specimen from CZ-USA.
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    Personally I don't understand the appeal of the P10S, Glock 26, M&P 9C or any other short fat heavy handguns that offer no more capacity than guns much smaller while also being much more difficult to handle properly under stress than their slightly larger and just as easy to conceal siblings (P10C, G19, M&P 2.0C, etc.). But you be you. Some guys drink Pepsi, like ice fishing, and dress like women; I don't understand any of that either.

    BTW I do own a couple M&P 9C's, a G26, and a P320SC. They all just sit in the safe collecting dust. My P10C however goes to the range often.

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    Ok, got a P10s, optic plates, & DeltaPoint Pro on the way. Let you guys know what I think in about a month. Oh, BTW, hello from Indpls. IN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squonk View Post
    Ok, got a P10s, optic plates, & DeltaPoint Pro on the way. Let you guys know what I think in about a month. Oh, BTW, hello from Indpls. IN. <img src="https://www.defensivecarry.com/forum/images/smilies/vol_1/smile2.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />


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    Well, the DeltaPoint Pro was first to arrive. WOW! This thing is even more robust in hand. Very nice. Can't wait for everything else to arrive. Will have to pick up the CZ at the range of course.

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    Well, here she is:


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    Squonk, she looks great, and I'm sure she'll shoot well, too. Congratulations!

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    Thanks. Not sure if I will like a red dot on my pistol. I'll find out. I didn't like lights on my pistols at first, but now, doesn't bother me. These pistols are STILL hard to get. ?

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