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After several years of hard work, production of CZ pistols in in full swing at our Kansas City headquarters. Available in the full-size F, compact C and subcompact S, the P-10 family has grown greatly. Optic-Ready versions of each are available, as well as low-capacity versions of each variant.

For sights, US-made P-10s feature a single tritium lamp in the front with a large orange surround and a serrated black rear.

Optics-Ready versions ship with a blank filler plate, and plates for both the Trijicon RMR and Leupold DeltaPoint Pro are available. Also available are matching sights that allow the user to co-witness their optic dot with the irons.

One change that happens on both the US-made and Czech-made P-10s is the switch to a swappable magazine release. With a change in geometry, the goal was to eliminate the stiffness some customers experienced as the magazine release broke in, even though it became smooth after some use. This new reversible release just requires a few minutes to swap, allowing the pistol to remain lefty-friendly.

These US-made P-10s retain all the features that have made them a resounding success — the crisp trigger, superior ergonomics and rugged reliability that set it apart from many in the striker-fired crowd.

 

 

About The Author

Andrew joined CZ-USA after Retiring from the US Army as a Civil Affairs Team Sergeant. Deployments included both Iraq and Afghanistan. While deployed his focus was on Law Enforcement specific operations, supporting NATO and CJIATF 435. Andrew also served as a Police Officer for 5 years and has a background in logistics, project management and international affairs. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice Administration.

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5 Responses

    • Andrew Eager

      They will be on the 2019 LE/MIL price list which will be available the first week of Jan

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  1. Wolfkiller

    Awww man, i can’t believe you ditched the ambi mag release. That was one of the most best features of the P-10c, there are only like 3 or 4 guns that have that.

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  2. Leon Cordero

    I haven’t seen the P-10 C OR in the wild yet, Is there an expected release date in the US?

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    • Andrew Eager

      The F’s and the S’s have been released so I am sure the C’s are sure to follow soon.

      Reply

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