The CZP10C is a new striker fire pistol that has gotten rather popular quite quickly. But how does it stand up to MAC’s gauntlet test?

The Military Arms Channel is back with another torture test. This time, they’re running the CZ P10C through the MAC Gauntlet – a torture test of water, sand, dirt, and mud. While this is only a sample size of one, it can provide some interesting insight into how well a firearm works and what its points of failure are.

The CZ P10C is a relatively new striker fire pistol that has risen in popularity quite quickly due to it’s ergonomic design, approachable price point, and great out of the box trigger. It’s size makes for a great conceal carry option.

How do you think it will do?

All in all, the CZ P10C performed better than other firearms that have gone through the MAC Gauntlet. It made it through the first round of testing with flying colors, but failed the second, and final, mud test.

About the CZ P10C

CZ P10C Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm / .40cal
  • Capacity: 15+1 for 9mm / 12+1 for .40cal
  • Action: Striker Fire
  • Barrel Length: 4.02 in
  • Height: 5.2 in
  • Width: 1.26 in
  • Overall Length: 7.3 in
  • Weight: 26 oz / 1.625 lbs
  • MSRP: $499 for the 9mm / $516 for the .40cal

Have you tried the CZ P10C? What did you think?