There’s plenty to like about all the firearms CZ-USA manufactures, but the P-10 pistol is packed full of features that any gun owner will appreciate. It’s a great example of the dedication to quality performance that CZ-USA exhibits with all its guns, and best of all, the price isn’t going to scare you off.

Here’s a rundown of what you’re getting when you carry a P-10 (and by the way, it’s a great concealed carry firearm, and these specs will show you why).

For starters, the CZ-USA P-10 is a striker-fired pistol, its chambered in 9mm Luger, and it has a fiber-reinforced polymer frame. This helps keep the weight down, as the differentiating versions range from 25 to 30 ounces.

The ergonomics in the P-10 are unsurpassed; CZ-USA put a lot of time and effort into creating a gun that avoids the “brick in the hand” feeling and instead allows you to hold and point it much more naturally than any other striker-fired pistol you’ve shot in your lifetime.

A mild palm swell, deep beavertail, and three interchangeable backstraps make the P-10 ideal no matter what size or shape your hands may be. That versatility has made the P-10 widely popular across demographics, ages, and skill levels.

The capacity of the various P-10 models is tough to beat as well. You can go with a 15+1 style, or move all the way up to 21+1 with an extended magazine base. How many handguns can claim that?

Plus, the swappable magazine release lets you set it up perfectly, whether you’re a lefty or a righty.

Even though it’s become commonplace to swap out a stock trigger for a custom one for most firearm enthusiasts, thats not entirely necessary with the P-10. Its trigger is designed to minimize creep and stacking, with a 4.5 to 5 pound trigger pull, just right for most situations. The trigger rebounds with a short, positive reset, leading to effortless follow-ups. In short, it’s about as good of a trigger as you’ll see on a manufactured firearm.

The P-10 maintains great holster compatibility, and the takedown process is familiar for anyone who’s worked with striker-fired pistols.

If you’re carrying the P-10, you’ll appreciate the metal tactical 3-dot sights, which allow for one-handed manipulation of the slide on a belt.

If that’s not enough to get you interested, it’s worth mentioning the price once again. None of the P-10 variations reach $600, meaning you’re getting a gun jam-packed with all those features for less than the majority of the competition. Best of all, that lower price doesn’t translate to lower quality, and the CZ-USA reliability they’ve come to be known for shines bright.

To see all the different models, including the full size, suppressor-ready, and flat dark earth versions, on CZ-USA’s website.

Just know that no matter which one you end up liking the most, you’ll be guaranteed the same level of quality CZ-USA prides themselves on for all their guns.

33 COMMENTS

  1. Redefines ugly. I know, you don’t look at the gun you’re shooting, you look at the sights and the target. The original CZ-75’s that came down through Canada in the mid ’80’s were rivals of the P35 Brownings’ in terms of fit and finish. They had to be. After import and processing fees, they asked for and got top tier prices. The next large batch that came through around ’92~’93 were the reason never to use a finish of black enamel, but even then there wasn’t a more comfortable double stack 9mm on the market. This one has the hat trick, ugly, ugly and ugly. They’ll sell a bucket of ’em. -30-

    • I don’t see ugly x3, or worse ugly fugly( that is reserved for the ugliest of them all.. glock).

      I would say it is more…. plastic fantastic.

    • Eye of the beholder. I don’t think it’s beautiful like a nice HK (and let’s not even talk about a good revolver) but it’s definitely not an eyesore to me.

        • The other day I snuck up on my wife, put my hands on her shoulders, put my face up close to her ear and whispered, ‘Joe Biden’.

          Don’t try this with strangers, btw.

      • CreedLite. A third less calories than the regular Creed, half of the Creedmoor. They’re kind like bitters, special bitters and extra special bitters.

        • if i want a draft fuller’s i have to go to the duke of perth in boy’s town.
          it’s worth it despite the scottish grub.

  2. I bought one, put close to 1500 rounds through it. Hated every shot, traded it in for a Sig 320 and am glad I did. While I generally like CZ products, I could not find anything to like about this one. I just couldn’t find the right grip or get the right feel for the thing. Terrible experience for a pistol I was somewhat excited about.

    • Wow! That’s dedication to hatred. I usually quit between 100-200 rounds. Too many great choices out there to spend half the value of the gun in Ammo before you give up. Don’t listen to me, though. I ditched the P320 and kept the P-10C. Loved everything about the 320, but I wasn’t putting rounds on target naturally with it. Could’ve worked it out as a training issue, but I own too many guns that I can shoot accurately, out of the box, to blow $$$$$$ of ammo through another one to get good with it. Hell, I don’t even have time to shoot the natural shooting ones that are still in the safe. Now that P320 Xcarry…hmmm…maybe. Me likeeee that one a lot!

  3. Read the author name, Sponsored Content. This means it’s an advertisement cleverly disguised as an article. Boo to you, TTAG, for allowing ads to masquerade as news.

    • Hence the “sponsored content” label on it. Hard to call it it cleverly disguised if you read the title first.

      • It’s not in the title. It’s in small print in the byline. It’s deceptive. True it’s not clever or original these days. Guaranteed to get less views with a more prominent “Sponsored Content” tag.
        It’s not offensive to me since I like to read product marketing and see user experiences in comments. Much of the content here is product based so I don’t know how anyone doesn’t expect declared or undeclared sponsored content in some form.

        • It’s not just small print in the byline. It’s also the large, bright red “Sponsored Post” banner right up there with the title.

        • For some reason there’s no reply option for you JW.
          I don’t see any banner like you describe. I’m using Safari. I see all the other TTAG images so not sure why it’s missing for me.

        • The CZ-USA P-10 Handgun Has All These Features, and It’s Still Under $600

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    • TTAG provides you a free service. Remember when you had to pay for a gun magazine, and the reviews and content never had a bad word to say about ANY of the features products?

      TTAG staff fund this website with ad revenue. This article is an ad as clearly represented by the “Sponsored Content” label, you clicked on it by your own free will, and now complain about it. Good grief…

    • Thx for pointing that out about “sponsored content.” I hadn’t seen it and if I did, I’d have no idea what it meant.

  4. Not on the Cali roster. Otherwise, I would own one and another Sig P320 and be able to knowledgeably gripe about both. 😉

    Free site that clearly labels adds? I’ll come back.

      • No new hand guns for Californians. Couple years ago they added microstamping requirement for new pistols to be included on their “not dangerous” roster. Unfortunately, such technology doesn’t exist.

  5. I’m interested to see a review that includes how the optics mount works. The thin little plates Glock uses aren’t great. So far it looks like the FN509 has the best system, but I really don’t have a burning desire to buy one of those.

  6. It’s under $400 if you use Wikiarms and, honestly, the first time I shot this pistol as a rental I got all 10 rounds (I live in NY) on a 3″ x 5″ card at 7 yards, so, it’s a good’un.

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