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.