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Walther PDP VS CZ P10F No Easy Choices Here Full Size Range Monsters

Tactical Considerations
Published on 21 Jan 2022 / In Firearms

The Walther PDP and the CZ P10f series are two that have been marketed hard to law enforcement and security professions. These are Glock alternatives that offer better triggers and angles for those who are not into that super aggressive glock grip angle. The PDP offers one of the best out of the box trigger with a great overall feel. The P10F has a solid trigger and is very easy to run fast on the range. Check them both out in depth in the individual videos posted below. And see if you can spot @Tactical Toolbox photo bombing .

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