- Extremely accurate
- Excellent trigger
- Low recoil
- High MSRP
- Magazines are spendy
The Staccato P masterfully treads the line between being a duty gun, a competition pistol, and a range toy. It excels in all of those roles thanks to its reliability, accuracy, and extremely soft shooting characteristics. Designed with law enforcement in mind, the Staccato P exceeds the standards of law enforcement department evaluations for accuracy, reliability, and endurance testing. Elite units like the Texas Rangers and US Marshals Special Operations put their trust in the Staccato P as it’s approved by more than 667 law enforcement agencies across the country.
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“The CZ Shadow 2 boasts legendary accuracy, reliability, and shootability. Its ergonomics, phenomenal trigger, and added weight help make this one of the flattest, easiest shooting pistols on the market. If you are looking for an off the shelf ready competition gun, home-defense gun, or a fun range toy, there are few guns that do it better than the Shadow 2.” – Johnny B.
Beretta’s 92X Performance builds on the 92 platform but elevates performance with out-of-the-box ready competition features. The Extreme S trigger feels like a dream while the gun itself brings fast cycling to the table. It’s hefty, so be prepared for that, but at the end of the day, you want that in a competition gun for recoil purposes. All in all, this is a solid shooter.
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“Whether you love, hate, or feel indifferent about law enforcement, they can at a moment’s notice, be called upon to use a firearm to save their own life or that of someone else. To me, this means the equipment they use must be of the highest quality — Staccato meets that standard. Citizens wanting to harness the P for their own protection needs would be well advised to do so. The accuracy, reliability, and capacity are top-notch.” – Sean Curtis
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