I have a coworker that is interested in selling his Grendel P-10. I'm not sure what to think of this gun. Any ideas?
That makes it a No-Go for me... but just my opinion. No first hand experience with them.One of the first things you will notice is that for how small it is, it packs a lot of ammo, carrying 10 plus one in the chamber.
To get this capacity, the magazine is non-removeable. To load the built-in magazine, you lock the slide back and push the rounds in from the top, like some rifles.
ill take it at that price. I bought a p10 when they first came out. I absolutely loved it or them. I had twins. Sold one to a coworker at Baja Beach Club in arlington texas. Ill bet Gregg still has his. I could hit anything i aimed at on the draw. Qualified with it in the police academy as a back up weapon. Tough,compact,and never had a problem. Shot hot loads and specialty rounds wo issue.I have a coworker that is interested in selling his Grendel P-10. I'm not sure what to think of this gun. Any ideas?