The CZ-P10c is CZ’s answer to the 9mm, striker-fired pistol. Compared to many competitors, the P10c is an ergonomic dream, with a comfortable, practical grip angle, gentle palm swell, and deep beavertail that allow it to point effortlessly. It also has a clean, crisp trigger that resets reliably.
The P10c, with its durable polymer frame (which sheds weight) and its nitride finish, is both nimble and tough, like a bantamweight boxer with a hard-hitting hook.
It’s built for rapid response and quick shooting.
And here are some things you can do to cut down on your overall time when scoring – specifically your reload speeds.
Install a CZ Magwell
One of the biggest impactors of reload speeds is how quickly you can drop the mag and reload a new one.
Both hunting and timed competitions can be highly stressful, which can jar the nerves and bring on an unsteady hand. Fumbling complicates reloads and costs precious milliseconds – which will impact your score. Or worse, it can also impact your ability to make a harvest.
One of the best things you can do to improve the handling of a CZ-P10c, specifically with respect to facilitating reloads, is to install an approved CZ Magwell.
Consider the CZ magwell online at Anarchy Outdoors. Available in 5 different colors, their magwells are easy to install on CZ-P10c handguns and do not damage the frame. Installation is simple and can be completed in a matter of minutes with basic tools and a single set screw.
Most importantly, their magwells channel the magazine naturally into the gun, helping to eliminate fumbling and encouraging seamless, instinctual, no-look reloads.
This quick upgrade can shave time off your reloads and buoy up your scores by improving confidence and handling.
Install a CZ Compensator
While a CZ compensator won’t directly shave time off your reloads, it can have a pointed impact on scoring through faster, more accurate shots.
A CZ compensator, like Anarchy Outdoors’ CZ magwell, is easy to install and will not damage the handgun. They are also available in 5 colors and can be coordinated with the magwells.
Compensators are a bit like muzzle brakes for handguns. They port gases up and away at the front of the muzzle, changing the net forces of recoil. With a compensator installed, gases at the muzzle will want to force the muzzle down.
While it is true that this won’t technically shave time off your reload speeds, it will shave time off your overall timing – and that helps.
Plus, muzzle brakes will keep your sights trained on target and can cut felt recoil by as much as 50% without affecting shot power – so they have big bonuses for shooters regardless.
Moreover, Anarchy Outdoors products, like the CZ magwell and compensator mentioned here, come with a 100% lifetime guarantee for replacement.
Train, Train, Train
Finally, the best thing you can do to cut time off your scores is to train. There is no substitute for practice when it comes to making you a more proficient shooter.
In addition to manufacturing parts for upgrades to CZ handguns and other popular firearms, Anarchy Outdoors’ blog “Anarchy Outdoors Nation” features numerous helpful articles for shooters.
Consult their “Five Ways to Fight Muzzle Flip” blog for advice on how to control recoil, and check out their post on “8 Tips to Help You Shrink Your Pistol Groups” for advice on handling, training, upgrades, and more.
You can also check out their website, AnarchyOutdoors.com, for more information on the parts and shooting accessories they sell, or get in touch with them directly at 833-980-0333.