CZ-USA’s P-10 is not a new pistol. The subcompact, compact and full-frame models have die-hard fans. What is new is that these guns are now made in the USA, and they’re now optics-ready out of the box.
The new optics-ready version of the P-10 S, P-10 C and P-10 F are all made at the CZ-USA plant in Kansas City, Kansas. That’s a big deal and should open a lot of opportunities for the firearm company. And they’re launching with distinct updates to the line. These are now optics ready, both with rails on top and bottom as well as blacked out rear sights with a high-vis orange dot on the front post for low light. They are striker-fired polymer-framed guns.
You’ll also notice that there are more serrations in the slide for improved grip when working the action. They’ve got interchangeable backstraps on the grip for a better fit, and another new feature is that the mag catch can now be switched for left-handed use. The trigger is quite good and weighs in at 4.5-5 pounds.
While production for the U.S. is happening in the U.S., the mothership in Europe is still producing guns, too. The P-10 F made in the Czech Republic comes threaded and suppressor-ready.
The MSRP for the P-10s ranges from $499 to $579 and they will be available later this year. Click here to learn more about CZ-USA’s P-10 series.