We have lots of tough choices in the pistol market today. We will explore the differences between the CZ P10F and the Shadow Systems DR920 today. The Shadow Systems DR 920 is a Glock clone with all the trimmings so the price will be higher that needs to be addressed first. With less aggressive angles the DR920 has sandpaper texture all over the grip and front frame ledges to help control what is minimal recoil. The most innovative optic cut in the business belongs to Shadow Systems. Its a direct to slide multi optic cut with a shim system and this give lots of thread engagement for your optic. All the serrations and looks come standards as well. The CZ P10F is one of the best full size pistols in the striker market. It has a great trigger with a crisp break and smooth take up. The recoil is almost non existent due to its size and length. CZ decided to go with a plate option on the optic ready versions but its still a very solid mounting solution. Out of the box the CZ is a monster on the range with angles that make it easy to run it fast and flat. Good luck if you are choosing between these two.
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