Giving the P-10 C a big brother, the F is a full-size model. With 19+1 capacity, the P-10 F is unsurpassed in the striker-fired world when it comes to flush-fitting mags. The longer slide and barrel bring a better sight radius, meaning it’s even easier to be accurate with. The added weight means it shoots flatter and reduced felt recoil.
In some circumstances, a handgun user will value a good grip, a large magazine, or a long sight line. The key advantages of this brand-new member of the phenomenally popular CZ P 10 F, a standard-sized striker-fired variant, are as follows. The small C model was the first model from the CZ P 10 F series to be released on the market, which is understandable given how popular this class of firearms has long been. However, a sizable portion of buyers favor the utmost grip security above the compact dimensions. It is frequently also advantageous to have a longer barrel, which goes hand in hand with having a longer sight line and a lot of bullets in the magazine.
The grip angle on CZ’s P-10 handgun prevents the “brick-in-the-hand” sensation that has plagued many in the striker-fired subgenre and allows it to point naturally. The P-10 fits a wide range of hands like it was designed for them thanks to a slight palm swell, deep beavertail, and three replaceable backstraps. With a quick, positive reset and a trigger optimized to reduce creep, stacking, and rebounds, single shots can be expertly placed while follow-ups are simple. The durable nitride finish and fiber-reinforced polymer frame are made for the daily grind. A wide trigger guard that is undercut to provide a high grip is usable when wearing gloves. includes a swappable mag release and an ambidextrous slide release.