Due to the numerous forest fires in the LC valley and other parts of the North-West.
I've not done any CZ shooting outside of the indoor range (Diamondback Shooters)
over in Lewiston.
in the past few weeks, and I can only envision a P10-C in FDE to someday join them.
Such a P10-C would be an awesome addition, even though some have been reporting minor teething
problems with the guns making thier way into tester hands and more customer holsters.
Issues with the hard to push slide stop, and mag release button are not as important as the people
who buy CRAP steel-cased or other cheapo 9mm and then blame the gun when it chokes!
Howevr, I know that many are not "Gun Savvy" and don't know the pitfalls of Steel-Cased fodder
and CZs, or any other quality pistol or evolver for that matter.
Some buy what's either cheapest or available, or what the local "Expert" tells them to do.
I like the Steel stuff in AKs, and even a Hi-Point or two. Anything that I don't give a hoot about,
or a design like the CZ82 that in my experience actually loves the steel.
Many a cop and soldier used their VZ82/CZ82 in 9mm Makarov with this typpe of ammo...
far before they carried the PCR or P-01 pistols.
$9.99 ammo in a $499.00 P10-C doesn't make a lot of sense to me, but then I've learned a few things
in over 35 plus years of shooting.
Basically, if you don't care how the gun will run, or more importantly don't rely on the cheaper
ammo to protect your hide, then you are fine.
In regard to the (rumored) newer models of the P10 family?
Their has been two camps on this subject.
Some videos and forum posts on various forums mention the expansion of the line.
The P10-F being a enlarged version of the P10-C with Duty Gun type measurements.
This will make those in Law Enforcement (I'm former) that prefer a gun that's bigger in
all areas than the current P10-C.
However, I'd have to switch side in this debate.
I for one, am of the smaller/concealed carry type CZ pistol crowd.
CZUB's P10-C manual also lists another of the P10 series called the CZ P10-S, or supposedly
like the Walther Police Pistol Slim (PPS) the S will mean Slim or Short, no real idea.
A 19.0 weight with a shorter 3.5 inch barrel and the same P10 magazine, but with only a 12-round
Given the weight, I could see me carrying the P10-S with 9 or ten rounds of 9mm+P on board..
as my bad back (over 20 years of carying large and heavy handguns on a duty belt) can't tolerate