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CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« on: December 06, 2018, 07:29:21 AM »
Anyone have one of these?  If so, how do you like it?  Shoot good out of the box?  I am looking for something that is good to go from the start that I do not have to add any CGW stuff to.

LGS has one in stock and has had it for awhile.  And I am starting to feel sorry for it sitting there without a home............ ::)

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2018, 07:37:13 AM »
The only thing needed is ammo...

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2018, 07:53:03 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2018, 08:33:27 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2018, 09:21:11 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2018, 09:55:08 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.

Jeremy S. has some videos on YT running it with a can, also KSgunguy said he had some issues with his running with a can.  I have zero experience with them that was just what I heard from these other folks.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2018, 10:14:02 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.

Jeremy S. has some videos on YT running it with a can, also KSgunguy said he had some issues with his running with a can.  I have zero experience with them that was just what I heard from these other folks.

Thanks, I will check those out.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2018, 10:15:29 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

What # spring comes from the factory?

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #8 on: December 06, 2018, 10:47:38 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

What # spring comes from the factory?
18# is what we measured. Which really is even too much for even shooting non suppressed. 15# is ideal for target loads.
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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2018, 11:19:56 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

What # spring comes from the factory?
18# is what we measured. Which really is even too much for even shooting non suppressed. 15# is ideal for target loads.

Wonder if a 15# would operate with a suppressor or if it would need to be 13#?

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #10 on: December 06, 2018, 11:35:16 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

What # spring comes from the factory?
18# is what we measured. Which really is even too much for even shooting non suppressed. 15# is ideal for target loads.

Wonder if a 15# would operate with a suppressor or if it would need to be 13#?
Probably riding a line there when it comes to shooting subs with a suppressor.
Buy both. Not like they're expensive.

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2018, 08:28:06 AM »
I've seen where some people have reported cycling issues when running a can on these.

Do you remember where you have seen that info?  That's what part of my plan was with this one.
Not a big deal. They're just over sprung from CZ for use with a suppressor. 13# spring and they run 100% with a suppressor.

What # spring comes from the factory?
18# is what we measured. Which really is even too much for even shooting non suppressed. 15# is ideal for target loads.

Wonder if a 15# would operate with a suppressor or if it would need to be 13#?
Probably riding a line there when it comes to shooting subs with a suppressor.
Buy both. Not like they're expensive.

Ok.  I know that they are cheap, but I was hoping it would run fine out of the box without any modifications.

Wonder if I would have to do the same thing to a P-07 if I got one of those instead?

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #12 on: December 15, 2018, 10:36:40 AM »

Ok.  I know that they are cheap, but I was hoping it would run fine out of the box without any modifications.

Wonder if I would have to do the same thing to a P-07 if I got one of those instead?

The P-07 SR should be GTG right out of the box. 

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #13 on: December 15, 2018, 10:10:24 PM »
Was in a different location today and stopped at a place to browse around and found a P-10 and a P-07, both with threaded barrels and night sights.  The 10 had a great trigger and reset, but did not point for me as well as the 07.  I think part of that had to do with the sights on the 10.  The rear looked terrible.  Had two very small "spots" for the rear night sight that was almost a brown color.  Covered it up and looked at it the best I could.  Glowed very, very dim.  The front had a white ring on it and glowed a little brighter.  The 07 had very good sights, bright and well defined.  The 07 pointed better, but he 10 felt a small hair better in the hand than the 07.

On the fence.........which side do I fall on.........?

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Re: CZ P-10 Urban Grey SR
« Reply #14 on: December 15, 2018, 11:54:25 PM »
Was in a different location today and stopped at a place to browse around and found a P-10 and a P-07, both with threaded barrels and night sights.  The 10 had a great trigger and reset, but did not point for me as well as the 07.  I think part of that had to do with the sights on the 10.  The rear looked terrible.  Had two very small "spots" for the rear night sight that was almost a brown color.  Covered it up and looked at it the best I could.  Glowed very, very dim.  The front had a white ring on it and glowed a little brighter.  The 07 had very good sights, bright and well defined.  The 07 pointed better, but he 10 felt a small hair better in the hand than the 07.

On the fence.........which side do I fall on.........?

Have you considered the M&P 2.0 SR?  I find the grip on the M&P 2.0 to be superior to any other striker fired pistol.   

 

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