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    Adivity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Adversity PD 10-
    I guess I missed the boat on this?.....just heard about this gun today. It looks good. I think I might like it. About the size of the BPCC....though I have never handled one. A little lighter, 10+1 cap. and is uses 1911 9mm mags.

    I recently bought a Canik TP-9 DA......a striker fired gun! OMG!....am I impressed, I have since purchased 2 more. ( y'all should check out the Canik!)
    But these guns are big...a little big for carry......so I started looking for a smaller...striker gun suitable for CCW.

    Then someone recommend I watch out for the Adversity PD 10- of course its apparently not on the shelf yet....but Eagle will carry it.
    There are a couple of videos on youtube...but it really looks good!

    Anyone else look at this?
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by brojohn View Post
    Adversity PD 10-
    I guess I missed the boat on this?.....just heard about this gun today. It looks good. I think I might like it. About the size of the BPCC....though I have never handled one. A little lighter, 10+1 cap. and is uses 1911 9mm mags.

    I recently bought a Canik TP-9 DA......a striker fired gun! OMG!....am I impressed, I have since purchased 2 more. ( y'all should check out the Canik!)
    But these guns are big...a little big for carry......so I started looking for a smaller...striker gun suitable for CCW.

    Then someone recommend I watch out for the Adversity PD 10- of course its apparently not on the shelf yet....but Eagle will carry it.
    There are a couple of videos on youtube...but it really looks good!

    Anyone else look at this?
    I couldn't find it anywhere, then it cropped up as an Avidity, lol. It does look interesting.

    Edit: Nevermind. That's the Pincus gun. I won't own it on principle alone.

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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Hah!....Adversity!.....I never was good at spelling!

    Avidity...thats it.
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    What's a "pincus gun"?
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by mitchr View Post
    What's a "pincus gun"?
    Designed and pushed by Rob Pincus, one of the tacticool blowhards on YouTube.

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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    I got to fondle it at the NRA show in Atlanta. Nice specs, weight and balance. Definitely an interesting pistol.

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    Another striker fired. Other than capacity, what is the advantage over the BP9CC?
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Wondering if it will ever hit the shelves?
    I have been looking for this for a long time.

    I see Sig has one in 9mm about ready to ship- the P365. Striker fired, 10 rounds, 3.1" bbl, 5.8" loa, 4.3" hight, 18 oz.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Nein danke. Oops. No thanks. No striker fired for me. Even my Ruger LC380 has a hammer. A small and hidden hammer but a hammer.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    why not just go buy a glock? looks just like 1...............Make mine a CZ!
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by groberts View Post
    Nein danke. Oops. No thanks. No striker fired for me. Even my Ruger LC380 has a hammer. A small and hidden hammer but a hammer.
    Don't like striker fired guns?..... try a Canik (Century Arms) TP9 DA and SF

    The DA is single/double action, and the SF is single only. If you shoot it....you will buy it.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    brojohn: Guess you really like the Canik striker-fired, since you bought 3 of them. If you like Canik, make sure that you never fire any of the CZ polymer pistols, striker (P-10C) or hammer (P-07/09). IF you do, it will cost you money. Caniks are very CZ-like.

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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by FakeBersaName View Post
    ........brojohn: Guess you really like the Canik striker-fired, since you bought 3 of them.....

    Actually 4.

    I saw the Tri-star imported "CZ-75Compact clone" at a good price- so I ordered it. I knew immediately it was a good buy. It is "almost" as good as my old Sig 228. After I got it I noticed it was actually made by Canik?.... never heard of them. I hit youtube and there it was- the Canik TP9 series. I was so impressed with "who" on youtube gave them a good rating that I ordered the DA/SA striker fired gun. Once I got it and racked the slide and pulled the trigger a few times- I ordered another one. Then within a couple weeks I saw the SF Elite (SAO) striker fired Canik at my local LGS.....price was $329!!!- I bought it. Now I have 4 in just over a month.
    If you are striker-fired person....I recommend the TP9 SF (striker fired) it has a short crisp single action about 4# trigger- very good shooter. It comes in 4 models. (including a competition model)
    If you are a DA/SA person.........I recommend the DA (double action) It has a similar short crisp 4# SA with a longer about 9# DA....and it has a de-cocker. My favorite by far.

    The only thing I can find wrong with these guns is that they are kinda big for every day concealed carry. The compact Elite model is about the size of the G-19. The DA, SA, and SF are about the size of the G17.... just to get an idea. These Caniks are the best striker fired guns I have ever shot. Their hammer fired guns are just like the CZ's, excellent shooters.

    However....... the best, most perfect, compact every day concealed carry gun in 9mm still eludes me....I can not find it. In 380?- no problem- Bersa Thunder-period.
    I'm still looking for that one.......
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    Brojohn wrote: However....... the best, most perfect, compact every day concealed carry gun in 9mm still eludes me....I can not find it. In 380?- no problem- Bersa Thunder-period.
    I'm still looking for that one.......

    Me too. I thought the Bersa BP9cc might fill that bill, but I could not get it to function with Hollow Points to save my life (literally).

    CZ makes a smaller pistol called the RAMI that intrigues me, but I have never handled one. It is small enough, but I don't know if it is thin like the BP9, or if I could hit well with it, but it is highly praised.

    Closest thing I have to the perfect 9mm carry gun right now is my Bersa UC9.

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    To me the perfect 9mm carry gun is a 9mm short, i.3. 380. And yes it is the BT380 although I really like the Ruger LC380. The LC9 just has too much kick for me. I fell in love with 380 many years ago after shooting a Walther PPK.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by brojohn View Post
    Wondering if it will ever hit the shelves?
    I have been looking for this for a long time.

    I see Sig has one in 9mm about ready to ship- the P365. Striker fired, 10 rounds, 3.1" bbl, 5.8" loa, 4.3" hight, 18 oz.

    I think this new Sig is going to be sweet!!! Small, good capacity with standard night sights. Could be a game changer.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Yep... the new Sig may be a big hit....it may be a little pricey though. I will look at it.
    I tried the Bersa 9 UC... it is a fantastic shooter---- but I put it in the duty size category because of its width and weight. Just too big for the compact every day carry.
    Everything just seems too big, too heavy, or too little.

    I'll get there eventually...... if not, I fall back on my Bersa 380 Plus. Got 2 of them- 1 black, 1 white. Thats about as diverse as I'll get.

    Edit: Heck....maybe Avidity will get their gun out there soon.
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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by FakeBersaName View Post
    Brojohn wrote: However....... the best, most perfect, compact every day concealed carry gun in 9mm still eludes me....I can not find it. In 380?- no problem- Bersa Thunder-period.
    I'm still looking for that one.......

    Me too. I thought the Bersa BP9cc might fill that bill, but I could not get it to function with Hollow Points to save my life (literally).

    CZ makes a smaller pistol called the RAMI that intrigues me, but I have never handled one. It is small enough, but I don't know if it is thin like the BP9, or if I could hit well with it, but it is highly praised.

    Closest thing I have to the perfect 9mm carry gun right now is my Bersa UC9.
    I own a CZ Rami and love it. Not as thin or light as a BP9cc but an outstanding carry 9! Was a little tight when I first got and had to do a little break in (100 to 150 rounds) to loosen it to function flawlessly as of now. It is also an all steel version and not as snappy as you would think with some extra weight. And is a very accurate piece for its small size as well. Have to pinky mag extension that makes it more comfy. Phenomenal quality CZ just like my P07 and P09......worth every penny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by groberts View Post
    To me the perfect 9mm carry gun is a 9mm short, i.3. 380. And yes it is the BT380 although I really like the Ruger LC380. The LC9 just has too much kick for me. I fell in love with 380 many years ago after shooting a Walther PPK.
    I like the little 9mm Short as well....have many guns chambered in it. Just wish it was as cheap to buy ammo for, as the 9mm Luger!

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    Re: Adversity PD-10 (Eagle Imports)

    Quote Originally Posted by groberts View Post
    To me the perfect 9mm carry gun is a 9mm short, i.3. 380. And yes it is the BT380 although I really like the Ruger LC380. The LC9 just has too much kick for me. I fell in love with 380 many years ago after shooting a Walther PPK.
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    I like the little 9mm Short as well....have many guns chambered in it. Just wish it was as cheap to buy ammo for, as the 9mm Luger!
    Think I'll pass. First and foremost, my favorites are my 380 Bersa Thunders, but after the Sutherland, TX shooting, I went back to carrying my 9UC. I'm just not into polymer frame guns, I bought one in 380 several years ago, kept it about 3-4 weeks with one range trip and traded it for a used BT380NKL. I'm still prone to think glockalike when I see one. even the BPCC series. With rare exception, I have yet to find any SA/DA that impresses me more than either my alloy BT380s or my 9UCs, and especially the 9UCs since I did the mod to a couple of the 9HC mags to give me a longer grip surface for handling the 9UC. I'm impressed with them that I'm going the expense of buying a Nelson shoulder holster rig for the 9UC for my participation with the Church Security Team and as soon as the budget recovers, I plan on ordering the holster portion for my BT380.
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