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Offline sfost24688

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Finally got an “S”
« on: April 08, 2019, 09:19:16 PM »
Picked up my optics ready subcompact today. This is my first polymer CZ and all I can say is WOW. I absolutely love it. I own two P-01s and a Rami BD, I thought that was the end all set up. Shooting 300 rounds through my P10s today changed my mind. I walked out of the range to find myself purchasing a P10C. Only thing that sucks is I have to wait 31 days to pick it up thanks to the wonderful laws of NJ. I found my new go to, I will be using the “S” as my off duty. Anyone considering this pistol or waiting to get one I personally think it is well worth the wait. Now on to the next battle finding a quality AIWB holster.

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2019, 09:30:19 PM »
Congrats. I love mine.


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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2019, 10:48:41 PM »
Welcome to the addiCZion. :) I was VERY pleasantly surprised by the S myself.

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2019, 06:59:59 AM »
Hoping to get one this summer assuming it’s as small and comfy as I’m hoping it is. Glad to see your happy with it thus far!

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #4 on: April 11, 2019, 09:18:32 AM »
Good to hear. I'm looking forward to handling one if/whenever they arrive at me LGS. I'm a confirmed hammer guy, but the S is very tempting....

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2019, 11:21:26 AM »
     Hiya sfrost24688 and thanks for your thread. Ya mention your gun will be an off duty. Are you LEO,military etc? And if so what does an avg citizen have to wait for a handgun in NJ ?  A conceal carry permit affect the waits? Congrats on the new platform,heard good things,haven't tried one. Have heard in our forum that cz should consider using optics compatable verses optics ready,related to the lack of avail plates to run the optics,and needing to get on a pre order list thats long. Didn't sound like optics was high on your list yet. All look forward to your range report in a few weeks time, be well.

Offline OhioGuy78

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #6 on: April 11, 2019, 05:07:28 PM »
Nice! How does it compare size-wise to the Glock 26?

I really like the idea of the "S" but it's kinda chunky -- this is an era of 12 rounds in a near-pocket-pistol after all :)

Offline Joe L

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #7 on: April 14, 2019, 06:07:43 PM »
I'm not ready for an S yet, but might be later this year.  I'm just now getting comfortable with the P-10C and have carried Kahr PM-40, CM-9, and PM-9 in the past and am looking forward to just a compact in place of a subcompact for a change. 
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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #8 on: April 18, 2019, 02:54:24 AM »
How would you compare the recoil impulse of the S vs C?

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #9 on: April 18, 2019, 08:45:23 PM »
How would you compare the recoil impulse of the S vs C?

I bet you the S has a snappy recoil. That's why I like longer guns, not only for competition,but they are so smooth to shoot.
I wish I was 7 feet tall to carry my F all day long  8)
Nice little gun you have there Squonk.

Offline armoredman

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2019, 06:34:32 AM »
The S recoil was not bad at all, really, hard to tell a difference for me.

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #11 on: April 19, 2019, 06:54:07 AM »
With a lower slide mass, I would think it could be lower when using the +2 mag.

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #12 on: April 19, 2019, 07:02:54 AM »
Still can't get to the range yet til my wrist heals up more. As far as dry fire practice, the S is a sweet little handgun. I will agree though, I would also prefer to carry a full size metal handgun. Just not practical until I give in to the prospect of wearing suspenders and carrying inside the waistband. I prefer OWB with an untucked button down, so, length of barrel is also important. I've also tried shoulder holsters. Don't care for those either.
I am still going back and forth: pocket carry vs. belt. Still not decided, but, I am leaning more toward pocket carry. I'm a big dude, I can pocket carry no problem without printing. Shirt tail covering pocket helps as well.
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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #13 on: April 21, 2019, 10:55:16 PM »
     Hiya sfrost24688 and thanks for your thread. Ya mention your gun will be an off duty. Are you LEO,military etc? And if so what does an avg citizen have to wait for a handgun in NJ ?  A conceal carry permit affect the waits? Congrats on the new platform,heard good things,haven't tried one. Have heard in our forum that cz should consider using optics compatable verses optics ready,related to the lack of avail plates to run the optics,and needing to get on a pre order list thats long. Didn't sound like optics was high on your list yet. All look forward to your range report in a few weeks time, be well.

Sorry for the delayed response, in NJ you can only buy one pistol every 30 days. If you are Law Enforcement like myself you can buy 3 pistols same day if you do not leave the store. I purchased a Sig 365 and the P10S and walked out of the store down to the range ( which is on the same property) and I walked back in to get the p10C when I was surprised to find out that since the FFL already submitted the paperwork I had to wait 30 days to pick it up. If i did it in all one transaction I could of left with all 3 at the same time. In NJ you have to apply for pistol permits (thats to purchase not to conceal carry). In NJ if you do not have a reason such a restraining or along with threats you will never get a concealed carry permit, unless your Law Enforcement which allows you to carry up to 17 rounds per magazine or if you are a firearms instructor and that will let you conceal carry but only allowed to carry 10 round magazines. I am loving my P10S my only complaint is my pinky rests between the mag base plate and the grip of the pistol so when I shoot it i get a nice pinch that eventually turns into a sore pinky. I wish CZ would make something comparable size wise and capacity to the Sig 365 but with the CZ reliability. My gf really likes the P10S so I may throw an optic on it and let her shoot it. I put a total of  300 rounds through the pistol so far and it has functioned flawlessly as expected. 

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Re: Finally got an “S”
« Reply #14 on: April 21, 2019, 11:01:02 PM »
How would you compare the recoil impulse of the S vs C?

I bet you the S has a snappy recoil. That's why I like longer guns, not only for competition,but they are so smooth to shoot.
I wish I was 7 feet tall to carry my F all day long  8)
Nice little gun you have there Squonk.

Recoil with the S i would say is comparable to my P01 honestly. The S shoots so nice. Size wise compared to the glock 26 its a tad bigger the glock 26 on can only get two fingers on the 2x4. Only complaint with glock is the blocky grip. The glock 26 holds 10 while the P10S holds 12. The P10s is a great feeling pistol. The slide is super easy to rack in a hurry having serrations that do not hurt your hands but definitely have enough grip on the front and rear of the slide is spot on perfect. You can release the magazine without having to readjust your hand huge plus for me.