Product Preview:CZ-USA P-10 S Optics-Ready Pistol

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posted on April 16, 2019
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The P-10 S Optics-Ready is the subcompact, red-dot-ready version of CZ’s P-10 pistol. The gun ships with a blank filler plate in its slide cutout, a single tritium lamp front sight with a large orange surround, and a serrated black rear. Plates for both the Trijicon RMR and Leupold DeltaPoint Pro are currently available, with plates for different dot sights being promised down the road. Matching sights that allow the user to co-witness with their irons are also available. The pistol, which retails for $577, also features a swappable magazine release, making the gun left-hander friendly. For more information, please visit cz-usa.com.

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