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Offline CzechEm

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #45 on: January 12, 2019, 08:04:06 PM »
People seem to be excited that the US made P-10's are going to be better ??  :-\

At least with SIG's, Euro made ones have always been way better.
Quality control was always worse with the US made guns.
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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #46 on: January 12, 2019, 11:09:42 PM »
Re Sigs and USA -- primarily, USA sigs are assembled in the USA, not manufactured here.   Lots of controversy in this same area in the premium knife world...  The issue w/ USA Sigs insofar as I'm aware primarily one of cheap (both materials and production) cast and mim parts from India and elsewhere...  Also, USA Sigs primarily have heavy slides that interchange between .40 and 9mm, which adds a lot of unnecessary weight, etc.  Uncertain to what degree current Sig frames are made in USA vs Germany, or elsewhere b/c quite frankly the only USA Sigs I'm interested in are the Sig Pros, SP2022s, and even those are pricey relative to other options.

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #47 on: January 13, 2019, 06:53:38 AM »
Re Sigs and USA -- primarily, USA sigs are assembled in the USA, not manufactured here.   Lots of controversy in this same area in the premium knife world...  The issue w/ USA Sigs insofar as I'm aware primarily one of cheap (both materials and production) cast and mim parts from India and elsewhere...  Also, USA Sigs primarily have heavy slides that interchange between .40 and 9mm, which adds a lot of unnecessary weight, etc.  Uncertain to what degree current Sig frames are made in USA vs Germany, or elsewhere b/c quite frankly the only USA Sigs I'm interested in are the Sig Pros, SP2022s, and even those are pricey relative to other options.

Haven't had any issue with the 5 Sigs I've acquired over the past year.Growing quite fond of them actually.
You must be somewhere that prices run high. SP2022's where I'am are running generally under the $500 mark. Local range has an FDE model right now for $449. I'm not interested in the plastic or striker fired guns though.
There is not a single normal production gun on the planet that doesn't have cast or mim parts,not one unless you get into the higher end 1911 market. Made right those parts are as good as anything.
I've always found it strange that guys will complain about how metal parts are made that are being used on guns with cheap plastic injection molded frames.

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #48 on: January 14, 2019, 08:41:06 PM »
quite frankly the only USA Sigs I'm interested in are the Sig Pros, SP2022s, and even those are pricey relative to other options.
I've always found it strange that guys will complain about how metal parts are made that are being used on guns with cheap plastic injection molded frames.

No issue w/ parts being made cheaply in cheap polymer framed guns -- that's why I don't take issue w/ the SP2022...  But when you have parts being made cheaply in $800+ guns, which is MSRP retail on new production Sig P series, I absolutely take issue.  For that price, one expects better quality, which is why I stick to purchasing German/W German made Sigs in very good to excellent condition. 

Relative to the P Series, CZs are tremendous values!  Until the latest slump, new CZs ran the same $ as used police surplus Sigs...

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #49 on: January 15, 2019, 05:54:38 PM »

Mine came with a factory metal guide rod  :) Perfect

Points great, grip is perfect even though i have really big hands

my initial impression:

The slide release - Sucks big time it's far too small and does not extend out far enough,
The P07 duty had a decent one :P , why change it up?
Although in CZ's defense I did have to put vickers tactical slide stops on all my glawks since their oem ss also sucks.

The Mag release, somewhat sucky but at least usable. Will look to replace it with an aftermarket one.

Other than those two points (which should be fixable) I like it


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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #50 on: January 15, 2019, 06:25:14 PM »

The slide release - Sucks big time it's far too small and does not extend out far enough,


Probably because they are using it as a slide stop just like the Glock.  After you shoot a few hundred rounds through the pistol the slide stop will become easier to use to release the slide.  The right side on mine is still hard to release shooting with my support hand. 

CZ custom is making an extended slide stop to use as a slide release just like others do for the Glock. David

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #51 on: January 15, 2019, 10:19:46 PM »
Put a 4lb glock striker spring in mine and the pull weight is not at 4.25 lbs.  Much better but its still got grit in the pre travel.  I need to shoot it more and do some more polishing.   

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #52 on: January 26, 2019, 07:49:55 PM »
Picked up my FDE 2 weeks ago for $379 from local gun shop. Had my eyes on one for a while and jumped on it at this price. Sku 915210,  test date is Aug 28. Has night sights with white paint on the front, no paint on the rear..... which is hard to see in the daylight. I'm going to add some paint around the trit for better visibility.... has anyone done that yet?
Also added Talon grips for a better feel and IMO to improve the look. Kept the small backstrap since I didn't like how the larger ones tilted my hand.
Very pleased with the purchase and it's cool to find a great forum that supports them.
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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #53 on: January 28, 2019, 12:26:51 AM »
Was driving by Tombstone Tactical the afternoon and drove home with a CZ p10c, 2018, trig. night sights, front sight outlined in white, metal guide rod, ambi mag release, $379 includes shipping. There are some front sights outlined in orange and I would have liked that: Oh well. Tried several guns and either CZ has fixed the "stiff" mag release, I got lucky on all 3, or some people need hand strengthening exercises. Besides the excellent price I got this version so it would have ambi controls without changing parts out. Seems like a step backward to me on the new version. I guess people never shoot or practice offhand.

https://tombstonetactical.com/catalog/cz-usa/91521-p-10-compact-9mm-4in-15rd-flat-dark-earth/




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You're post is dated Dec.20th 2018....I bought my CZ P 10 C Jan 19,2019 same Gun in FDE at Tombstone Tactical. My mag release buttons were so F'n stiff and I didn't try them at gun shop. What I had to do is this....a lube bath then, using a penny(coin) work the buttons right&left side for about 2 hours(watching TV)next day went to shooters world and ran about 200 rounds through the P 10 C...that solved the problem! At first the loaded mag would not release a 15 Rd mag BUT it would release a 11 Rd mag! I kept shooting the gun! I worked my way up to a loaded 15 rd mag that would release! took 200 rounds but that solved the P 10 C mag release problem....Gotta shoot the Gun! PS: import date is 1/16/2019 build date is 2018 has all the latest updates to the Gun.  slide-stop is stiff as a board. I don't use slide release to charge the gun. Hope this helps somebody LookN to buy a CZ P 10C or F or S....these are minor issues if you know how to fix them.

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Re: FDE CZ P10C w/ Night Sights - $389 at CDNN
« Reply #54 on: January 28, 2019, 08:14:38 AM »
The day I got my P10 C FDE about 3 weeks ago.  I was able to put 150 rounds through.

The mag release was very stiff initially but I just played with a mag loaded with snap caps and after about a week it’s easy to drop a mag with live rounds.

My P07 mags with the single cuts were initially hard to drop loaded but now they’re easy to drop.

The right side is still stiff when trying to drop with my left hand but that’s not a deal breaker because I wouldn’t be able to drop the mag at all on the right side if it was non ambi.



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