cz p10c for sale
The P-10 C is an accurate, simple, attractive, comfortable pistol with a fantastic trigger. The grip contour is much more comfortable than that of a G19 and the sights are metal rather than plastic. Getting all of this at roughly $100 less than you’d pay for a Glock 19 makes this pistol hard to ignore.CZ P-10 C is a compact semi-automatic striker-fired pistol made by Česká zbrojovka (CZ) in the Czech Republic.The quality design and reliability of standard 9 mm ammunition make the gun a favorite for target practice. The manufacturing tolerances used limits recoil. Because of this accuracy, comfort, and reliability, beginners and veterans often decide to make or keep this weapon as their primary handgun of choice.
cz p10c magazine
All standard size framed CZ 75 series models, with exception of Tactical Sports models, can fit the same magazine. Different CZ 75 models will use different magazine from factory, but the difference is only in materials used or base pad used.The pistol ships with two steel 15-round magazines. Twenty-five-yard, five-shot groups from a benched Matrix rest ran 3.30” with Federal 115-grain JHP, 2.75” with SIG 124-grain V-crown hollow point, and 2.65” with 147-grain WinClean training ammo from Winchester.P10 magaxineIt wouldn’t as the mags are virtually the same angle as any other pistol mag. It’s the hump on the back of the grip that gives Glock the different angle. But most aren’t going to use Glock mags for the simple reason that they’re relatively thick. The Zev “Glock” that isn’t a Glock takes Glock magazines for sale.
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CZ-USA P-10 C is a compact striker-fired semi-automatic 9 mm Luger pistol made in the Czech Republic and imported by CZ-USA.
Let’s start with some key metrics. The 4.02” long barrel is cold hammer forged while the P-10 C’s overall length is 7.30”. Weight comes in a 26.0 ounces (1.65 pounds), which makes it easy to carry for extended periods of time. Height and width are 5.20” and 1.26” respectively.
The slide is unusual in that it has a flat deck flanked by long diagonal bevels that slope down from back to front, bequeathing it a lower and more interesting profile than many of its semi-automatic peers. There’s actually functional benefit with this design as it makes the nose lower in profile and shaves some of the forward weight off the slide. Moreover, the slide has diagonal slide cocking serrations on the front and back of the slide, but the forward serrations are cut down in length to match the slide.
Crenellating the durable black nitride finished slide are three white dot tactical steel sights while a variant comes with tritium night sights.
At back is a high, docked, beavertail that’s well positioned for comfort.