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I went to test my Seecamp .32, and after a great session there, I got out my CZ P-10 C to just have fun shooting and keeping the edge sharpened. This gun is the Best Concealed Carry Pistol in the World, and I don't say that lightly. I have been carrying guns professionally since 1974, which means little, as carrying is no different than wearing pants, everybody does it, but my experiences are more than that over all those years. Twelve medals in the World Police & Fire Games, hunting around the world, and shooting more than I like to remember when I check my spending accounts!

The P-10 C is an expert's gun! Shooting one is tantamount to playing a Stradivarius while being a low-level musician. To appreciate and run it like a demon one has to be a master of the skill set! The same applies to this pistol, as a lackluster shooter has no way to have feedback or feel what makes this gun run so well. Sure anyone can shoot it, and anyone can pick up a Strad ... But, and there always is a, but in life, only the skillful expert can note the small and finely designed abilities of the P-10 C!

The Varlet needs to help armor up and present this edged weapon to his liege mounted and ready to battle! It is a great gun, and if you shoot it long enough it will lift you to your best!


This often overlooked pistol is dangerous to bad guys, even out to 100 yards or more, as I make hits at 200 yards as well. Not metal which sends back sounds to show you where to aim and adjust, no, Police quailfy B-27 qualify paper targets which provide no feedback; just like a bad guy, no feedback. I am sure if I had a nice metal target at 300 yards it wouldn't take me long to be dinging that one was well with the sound as feedback to tell where to aim! A great CCW gun, and if you happen to be caught in a long range shooting scenario like Las Vegas, you can make hits or at the mininum keep their heads down with this wonderful pistol!

 

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Here is the video, some shots at 200 are not on video! If you can shoot far it is easy to shoot close, not so the other way around! Some use to say it is not self-defense to shoot far, but Las Vegas has finally made this point I have been talking about for years, self-defense is self-defense if you have to shoot to defend yourself, period!!!

 
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