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- Saturday Jan 26th @ 9:00am
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Please note: This class is designed to teach the student basic handgun knowledge & covers firearms safety. This class will meet the requirements to apply for your Florida Concealed Weapon Permit.
Please wear comfortable clothing, long hair in a ponytail, closed toed shoes, no low-cut tops. You will be responsible for the ammunition, the ear/eye protection rental is included in the range. You may use our firearms free of charge if you do not have one.
Ammunition Required: 50 rounds
Equipment Required: Reliable Handgun. Eye & Ear Protection Rental are Included in the Course Fees
Prerequisites: Students must be 21 years or older and able to demonstrate competency with a handgun.
Glock officially released the civilian version of its U.S. Army Modular Handgun System (MHS) submission. With rumors of its existence, the introduction of the 19X to the Glock family lineup is not a surprise.
The 19X is a incestual result of Glock’s G17 Gen5 and G19 Gen5 pistols. With a compact G19 slide mated with a full-size G17 frame. The MHS solicitation called for pistols with multiple grip sizes. Interested companies needed to submit a full-sized version as well as a compact model. Manufacturers could submit two gun variants or one system that met all the needs of the Army. Glock met all the requirements of the MHS solicitation in one gun. The only difference between Glock’s 19X and its MHS submission is the lack of an external safety.
After finding out that CZ was going to release a Glock 19 size (striker-fired) pistol, I had to get my hands on it. Getting my hands on one was a little difficult and still is, as CZ is having a hard time keeping up with the demand on all of their products. I have not been a CZ fanboy for long, but after having the opportunity to shoot a P07, and a CZ75 Accu-Shadow about two years ago I realized there is more to life than a Glock 19 gen3. Please keep in mind this is coming from a Glock fanboy.
The P-10 Compact grip angle avoids that “brick-in-the-hand” feeling that has plagued many in the striker-fired genre, allowing it to point naturally. A mild palm swell, deep beavertail make the P-10 fit your hands as if it were built for you. Its trigger minimizes the creep and with a short positive reset, shot placement and follow-ups are effortless. The polymer frame has a nice, aggressive texture that will give you a firm hold on the P-10 pistol under any conditions.
Having the ability to shoot every day is a big plus, especially when you are thinking of switching your edc gun. Over the past few weeks I have personally fired close to a 1000 rounds through my P-10, and with confidence I can say it will now be my new edc gun.