New For 2021: CZ P-10 M

posted on September 3, 2021
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CZ USA released a new rendition of its popular striker-fired and polymer-framed P-10 line of handguns geared specifically for the needs and restraints of concealed carry use, the P-10 M. Based off the P-10 and borrowing many of its attributes, the P-10 M is even slimmer and smaller than the P-10's subcompact version, the P-10 S . The P-10 M is only 1" wide, has a height of 4.3" and an overall length of 6.31".

It weighs only 20.1 oz. unloaded, which is 4 oz. lighter than the P-10 S. Chambered in 9 mm, it has a 3.19" barrel, which is slightly shorter than the barrel on the P-10 C. Due to the small width and height profile, the P-10 M uses a slim staggered magazine with a capacity of seven rounds. Another change made to the P-10 M for concealed carry use is the deletion of extra control surfaces normally found on the side of most handgun frames, including the slide-stop lever.

A serrated metal magazine-release button is the only control that can be found on either side, though there is still a safety on the trigger shoe. The dust cover retains a single Picatinny rail slot on the dust cover for mounting lights and laser modules. The slide has aggressive serration cuts at both the front and rear for improved grip, and is topped off with fixed three-dot iron sights dovetailed in. The retail price for the P-10 M is $499. For more information on the CZ P-10 M visit  


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