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    A Tokarev in 10mm auto!?!?

    Zastava P10 10mm Pistol 116mm Fixed Sights Wood Grip

    Overview

    The Zastava P10 10mm pistol is an upgrade of the Yugoslav Zastava M70, which in turn is an upgraded TT33 Tokarev. This stock of Zastava P10 pistosl is in as-new condition with orignal boxes.

    *Grip color may vary

    **These are surplus firearms, and as such hold no warranty. **

    ** There are no spare magazines!!!! However 98% certain Yugo M57 7.62x25 magazine will work, waiting confirmation on this. Same goes for grips! **
    - We have M57s on the way to confirm these details above.



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    Manufacturer: Zastava

    Model: P10/Z10

    Calibre: 10mm

    Action: Semi-Auto

    Barrel Length: 116mm

    Sights: Fixed

    Grips: Wood (Color may vary)

    Capacity: 8 Rounds

    Condition: Used-As New in Box

    Classification: Restricted

    Additional Information: In the beginning of 1991, Zastava paid attention to the growing popularity of the 10mm AUTO bullet. The 10mm FBI bullet, 10 x 25mm, was designed on the initiative of Jeff Cooper, the father of modern pistol shooting. The Zastava design team led by Rodoljub Matkovic started adapting Zastava's model for 10 mm AUTO in 1992, marking it the Zastava P10 pistol. The Zastava P10 10 mm auto pistol is equipped with ergonomic wooden grips suited for smaller hand sizes. The external striker is with an elongated tail or with a rounded head. The pistol is loaded with a single-stack 8 round magazine.



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    Last edited by Wolverine .303; 06-11-2021 at 12:34 PM.
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    Are both sides of the grip the same I am left handed. Thanks Bob
    Also , and equally as important, do you have mags for these, I will need 3 more.
    Edit: I see two mags in the kit so would need a couple more.
    Last edited by bobdbldr; 06-10-2021 at 10:22 AM.

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    Wow, well that sure is tempting

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    Oh god, why would you do that to yourself... Lol

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    Does anyone know anything about these interesting pistols? Are they robust, they would need to be to handle the 10mm.

    " Those who hammer their swords into plowshares, will Plow for those who do not".

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdbldr View Post
    Does anyone know anything about these interesting pistols? Are they robust, they would need to be to handle the 10mm.
    I feel like a better question would be asking if your wrist is robust. Because it would need to be.

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    Yea, well if I got one I would reload and tone them down a bit about half way between .40 and 10mm power wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty454 View Post
    I feel like a better question would be asking if your wrist is robust. Because it would need to be.
    10mm isn't hard to handle. The gun does look pretty small though, I bet it's snappy. I can't find enough info on them to bother buying one.

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    Should i take the chance and risk my small hands? Lolololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdbldr View Post
    Are both sides of the grip the same I am left handed. Thanks Bob
    Also , and equally as important, do you have mags for these, I will need 3 more.
    Edit: I see two mags in the kit so would need a couple more.
    There are no spare mags at this time, they come with TWO!! BUT!!!!!!!! 98% certain that they would except Yugo M57 mags with a bit of tweaking sooooooo there ya go!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty454 View Post
    Oh god, why would you do that to yourself... Lol
    Don't ask me why I do the things I do... Because I can!!

    Quote Originally Posted by bobdbldr View Post
    Does anyone know anything about these interesting pistols? Are they robust, they would need to be to handle the 10mm.
    They are pretty solid, not a lot of info out there in the inter-webs.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty454 View Post
    I feel like a better question would be asking if your wrist is robust. Because it would need to be.
    You can do it!

    Quote Originally Posted by B View Post
    10mm isn't hard to handle. The gun does look pretty small though, I bet it's snappy. I can't find enough info on them to bother buying one.
    Your not going to find a lot of info because they are not very common hence why they are so cool!!! There are not a lot of them out there in the country so why not have something that is unique!?

    Quote Originally Posted by dyeman123 View Post
    Should i take the chance and risk my small hands? Lolololol
    Theya re not actually bad at all to shot, i have been playing with a couple of them!
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