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For the first time in the company’s history, CZ-USA has begun manufacturing their widely-popular P-10 pistols in their Kansas City facility, bringing Czech Republic history and heritage to the states. It’s here where we’re so fond of our Second Amendment Rights, so it was only natural.

The P-10 follows suit with CZ-USA’s rifles, shotguns, and other shooting supplies. They’re made to the same high standards and help make owning and operating a gun as satisfying as it should be.

There are three models of the semi-auto handguns, the P-10 F, the P-10 C, and the P-10 S. They respectively come with 19-, 15-, and 12-round magazines. The F model sports a 4.5-inch barrel, the C’s barrel is 4 inches, and the S model has a 3.5-inch barrel.

Each P-10 fires 9mm ammo and has a fiber-reinforced polymer frame with a nitride finish. Once you’ve honed in on the size, there are plenty of other versions to help you hone in on what you want in a gun.

The P-10 comes in an optics ready format and a few different color options. There’s even a suppressor ready version. If you can think of it, there’s probably a CZ-USA P-10 to fit it.

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“Our dedicated team has put blood, sweat, and tears into the first US-made CZ P-10s, to include the P-10 S, C, and F as well as optic-ready versions of each,” said Alice Poluchova, CZ-USA’s President. “We owe a great deal of gratitude to our parent company in the Czech Republic, which has been an invaluable resource as we embark on our great manufacturing project.”

CZ-USA has been offering American shooters and hunters the best firearms the Czech Republic is producing, and now that they’re doing it here in the United States, they’ll be able to respond quicker and keep up with demand.

Their ever-increasing production capabilities are only going to help CZ-USA continue to improve, innovate, and add to the lineup of great guns you’re going to want to get in your hands.

You can keep up to date with everything CZ-USA on their Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as their Instagram account. And of course, their website is where you can find it all.

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  1. Huh.

    So, instead of quality guns being made by dedicated old-world craftsmen hunched over their workbenches in the Czech Republic (hunched over because they have been chained to them since early childhood), we can have them made by complaining, insolent unionized American workers who can’t be fired for gross incompetence?

    Shut up and take my money!


  2. I don’t think Uncle Gaston will lose any sleep. If you’re gonna make it here, at least introduce it in .45ACP. -30-

  3. Review coming? Can somebody smart break down the operating mechanism and design lineage?

    I’m nerdishly intrigued by the progression: Browning Hi-Power -> CZ-75 -> Jericho -> ?what? ?this?

  4. I’ve shot the P10C. It’s fantastic. It’s better than my Glock 19.

    BUT – finding any of these pistols is hard. I cannot find a P10S for sale anywhere right now.

    • No, but you can go the other way. P10 mags will work in p-07/09. There is a necessary rectangular cutout on the P10 mag that doesn’t exist on the P07/09 mags. I believe it has to do with the reversible mag drop button.

      • New mags have 5 notches. Side notches for the P-07/09. Front notch for the P-10 (original ambi mag release) and two new side notches for the new P-10 with reversable mag release.

        So you can use legacy 07/09 mags but you have to dremel in the new mag release notches.

  5. Just bought one earlier this month. Has the same KC rollmark on it but still says made in Czech Republic on the slide. Oh and for those saying it’s an ugly Glock off of a certain famous Austrian heater. Please just try the trigger…. That alone makes it well worth a look at.


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