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.
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At its core, the Shield is a polymer-framed, striker-fired pistol. The pistol falls into the broad category of compact handguns. It has a 3.1″ barrel and is quite thin. Less than 1″ thick, the 9mm Shield is considered to be an ideal width by some for concealed carry. After all, a thin gun is easier to conceal than a thick one.