Dan Wesson Razorback RZ 10 vs Walther PPQ M1
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|Handguns||Dan Wesson Razorback RZ 10||Walther PPQ M1|
|Action||Single||Striker Fire Action|
|Caliber||10mm Auto||9x19mm Parabellum|
|Gun Type||Semi-Automatic Pistol|
|Reviews||See 8 Reviews||See 37 Reviews|
Dan Wesson Razorback RZ 10
At one time CZ-USA discontinued all of their 10mms, only to see demand for a quality production 1911 in 10mm rise. Back by popular demand and in limited quantities, CZ-USA is proud to present our Razorback. The RZ-10 is a 5 1911 and features a serrated Clark-style target rib machined on the top of the slide with fixed defensive sights. We fit a match-grade ramped barrel for use with the most popular 10mm loads and smoother feeding. The slide is mated to our standard forged frame with undercut trigger guard and smooth front strap. On both the frame and the slide we polish the flats to a soft brushed finish and sandblast the rounds. The gun is finished off with a nice set of double diamond cocobolo grips. Chambered in the powerful 10mm cartridge, the Razorback is a very versatile 1911 package suitable for defensive use, target shooting and handgun hunting of medium-sized game up to deer or wild boar.
Walther PPQ M1
The PPQ has returned by popular demand and has remained a classic. The PPQ Classic sports a truly ambidextrous magazine release. The trigger is the best of any striker-fired handgun with a safety lever and a short reset. Loved by many, the PPQ Classic is one of the best self-defense handguns available today. Specifications: Weight: 21.6 oz. # of Mags: 2 Overall Length: 7.1" Additional Info: 100% Pre-Cocked Striker Additional Info: Cross-Direction Textured Grip Additional Info: Front & Rear Slide Serrations