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What would your reaction be if CZ announced the addition of a 10mm handgun? Would you buy one?

I'm buying one for sure!
Um, no...I couldn't care less.
It's a fad...that cartridge has only been around since 1983.
Only if they name it the Bren Ten Jeff Cooper Commemorative.
I'll wait for the pistol caliber carbine.

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Offline DenStinett

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #15 on: January 18, 2020, 01:00:13 AM »
I've said for years;
If CZ offered their 97 in 10mm, I'd be all over it
I've been after another HiCap 10mm for sometime
Actually, I have my eye on the 10mm Rock Island FS HC right now


So if CZ, CZC or CGW doesn't offer one soon, I'll be looking into a Rock Island, some-other Double Stack 10mm 1911, or a 2011 by the end of the year
So tell me again how Trump will be worse then the 8 years before HIM !

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #16 on: January 18, 2020, 11:47:11 AM »
Always interested in cool new stuff from cz but pretty much never interested in 10mm.
9mm is my go-to for range work and gaming.
It also suffices for ccw.
I have .40 for more serious ccw if needed
I like 45 on the range as well  and it's useful if something needs to be thumped a bit.
We know 10mm ammo ranges from .40SW equivalent to the low end of the hunting scale.
.40SW ballistics in a 10mm pkg don't appeal to me and
If I felt threatened by something dangerous enough to consider a full house 10mm load, I'd skip right over that and carry a .44 or similar serious revolver load.
I think I would instead expend my cz wishes on a .38 super 97bd or a nitride finish 9mm  shadow 2, or a full dust cover 5" dan Wesson 9mm with magwell and royal blue. A 6" p10 longslide would not offend me either

Offline Here2learn

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2020, 02:51:16 PM »

So if CZ, CZC or CGW doesn't offer one soon, I'll be looking into a Rock Island, some-other Double Stack 10mm 1911, or a 2011 by the end of the year

Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2020, 03:09:40 PM »
I had a 6" 1911 in 10mm. It was fun at first, but in the end it was just a novelty for other people to shoot so I sold it.
...and full load 10mm is a bit hard to find or $$$.
Used to own a CZ Jawa...

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #19 on: January 18, 2020, 03:14:44 PM »
Parallel thread going on over in Ammo & Handloading Forum here...

https://czfirearms.us/index.php?topic=108173.0
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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2020, 03:16:10 PM »
Resurrecting the Bren Ten?  Or something alone the line of ColtZ40?   Personally, I wouldn't have much interest in a 10mm CZ pistol based on 97B frame...

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #21 on: January 18, 2020, 03:28:04 PM »
It's an AO1 isn't it?


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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #22 on: January 18, 2020, 04:33:21 PM »
Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

Look up Para Ordnance P14-45.

I own a Canadian model that was made totally reliable & highly accurized by Tussey Custom.  I find comfort knowing there are 14 rounds of .45 inside my waistband.

I do not feel the need for 10mm rounds personally.

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #23 on: January 19, 2020, 12:36:10 AM »
Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

As far as I understand it; the 2011 Pistols have a Modular Frame, a Full Length Dust Cover, a Utility Rail or some combination of them, like the STI 2011s or even the Single Stacked Colt Rail Gun is considered a 2011
Where as the all Steel Framed, standard Dust Cover, Double Stack Pistols like the Rock Island FS HC and the Para Ordnance R1 or P16 are still considered 1911s
So tell me again how Trump will be worse then the 8 years before HIM !

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #24 on: January 26, 2020, 01:19:46 PM »

So if CZ, CZC or CGW doesn't offer one soon, I'll be looking into a Rock Island, some-other Double Stack 10mm 1911, or a 2011 by the end of the year

Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

I believe it was STI that first coined the phrase 2011 (but I could be mistaken) to denote their double stack .45's.
Other companies have used it (RIA does or did for some of their pistols) other's just refer to them as double stack 1911's

Den may also be correct in that there are some frame differences such as rail's, flared mag-wells, etc.....

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #25 on: January 26, 2020, 04:04:53 PM »
Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

2011 was STI's patent on the frame that actually already has expired.
STI's frame is a modular (3 combined parts).
Few Companies came with High Capacity magazines idea adopted to 1911 firearms, however frame in this firearm was still one steel part.

These days most people uses "2011" name for everything what looks like 1911 and has double stack magazine, however these two firearms are technologically different pistols.
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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #26 on: January 26, 2020, 06:09:49 PM »
Forgive my ignorance, but DOUBLE stack 1911?  I thought that was why the 2011 was named, as it was the double stacked model?

2011 was STI's patent on the frame that actually already has expired.
STI's frame is a modular (3 combined parts).
Few Companies came with High Capacity magazines idea adopted to 1911 firearms, however frame in this firearm was still one steal part.

These days most people uses "2011" name for everything what looks like 1911 and has double stack magazine, however these two firearms are technologically different pistols.
Late 80's early 90's they called these high capacity 1911's widebodies. I recall Para Ordinance making some with 14 rnd mags.

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #27 on: January 26, 2020, 10:27:43 PM »
when I hear "2011", I think of the Arsenal 2011

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #28 on: January 26, 2020, 10:28:37 PM »
I’d be interested in a CZ 10mm, but probably on on the 97 frame, not the P10 or P09 frames.
I CZ launched a 10MM on a polymer frame I'd turn and run.

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Re: Would you buy a CZ in 10mm?
« Reply #29 on: January 26, 2020, 11:27:18 PM »
when I hear "2011", I think of the Arsenal 2011

Hey...  ;) it is not "2011".. it is "2 x 1911", which means 3822  ::)