CZ P10c optic ready

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  1. Sherlock913

    Sherlock913 If the coronavirus doesn't take you out, can I?

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    P10 series and VP9s are both awesome polymer handguns. I've owed a VP9 since soon after the hit the streets and I've shot with a CZ rep and went through the P10- S/C/F. I loved the CZs even though my VP9 is my favorite handgun I own.

    Both are excellent.
     
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  2. Para-bellum

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    Yes the vp9 felt truly magnificent. Very solid in hand feel. If I’m being honest though the trigger on the p10f I shot really impressed me. I love the clean break and short reset. For a pistol that cost 350.00 less I didn’t expect to like as much as I do.

    I’ve loved the vp9 since the first time I shot one years back. The fact that it comes with an optic cut was the breaking point for me. I have to have one now lol
     
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    I also like the VP9. I have one of the 1st ones. Wouldn't mind getting an optic version some day as well
     
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  4. Para-bellum

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    Brother, I have a feeling I’ll be waiting for a very long time for both of these pistols lol
     
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    All depends how much overtime I get. I have a gun collecting problem
     
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  6. Para-bellum

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    Same, I just can’t find them anywhere
     
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  7. Para-bellum

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    Found one, can’t wait to take it to the range!
     

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  8. RustyRyan

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    How do you feel the differ? Any notable compare\contrast? Different results for yourself? TIA! I am eyeballing both of these... only can shoot the C at my rental range tho... :)
     
  9. arndog123

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    To me my P10F shoots a little smoother than my P10C.
     
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  10. Para-bellum

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    I bought the F only because I am getting the VP9 still and the fits the compact size. That being said I wanted a longer barrel and grip/higher capacity for home defense and range. I’m getting the VP9 solely because I truly think it’s one of the best striker fired pistols made. I just love it.
     
  11. reniram

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    You won't be disappointed IMHO.
     
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  12. Para-bellum

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    Pretty excited, I haven’t cleaned and lubed it yet. Just brought it home and loaded the mags/put it in the safe. I’ll be stripping it and putting some grease and oil on it today or tomorrow before I shoot it. Def looking forward to it. Looking for an optic for it now.

    Still on the hunt for a 2020 VP9
     
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    Like others said. The F just feels smoother to shoot. The C shoots very well and is accurate. The F just builds on the C and makes it better it seems
     
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  14. SlickCZ85

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    Before this pandemic, the LGS was moving a lot of VP9s and I rather liked em as well...until I went home, researched, and saw the cost of magazines and accessories and the SK, at that time, only had 10 round mags. Ouch! That was part of the reason I parted ways with my FNS9C. I am also not in love with the "ears". The modular grip is definitely leading the pack in that category. CZ P10 and HK VP9 had very similar ergos to me. I also like the HK's more forward set trigger.
     
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    Yes, their ergos are very similar. It’s actually taken me some time to get used to the grip angle of these other “more natural” pointers moving away from exclusively shooting Glocks. I find myself having to lift my hand a bit. I know I’ll get used to it like I did with Glock. I find there are many benefits to other pistols over glocks these day. I still love my Glocks though
     
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    I feel the grip angle on the P10-C to feel closer to my Glocks than other brands, which is why I think I prefer it more than others, since I primarily shoot Glocks. I feel instantly at home with it, but just shoot it straighter than my Glocks (which is mainly to due to the trigger for me). I love the P10 line, but find it a bit hard to completely abandon my Glock family for it. The feel like good companions to me.
     
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