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germ5150
03-16-2009, 21:16
After several years with no 10mm offering STI is back with "Perfect 10". I didn't know if anyone had seen these yet so I thought I would post. Looks like a proficient hunting weapon, and STI is right down the road from me (3 hours down I35 south :supergrin:) I love STI's 2011 offering but what do you guys think?

http://www.stiguns.com/guns/Perfect10/Perfect10.html

leadslinger13
03-17-2009, 04:39
Now that is one nice looking gun and single action to boot. still a 6 inch barrel and all that metal is going to make one heavy gun as well. I think for a target or range gun great but when people are having concerns with carrying the G20 that one is going to be even more of a concern.

I looked at a hi capicity STI 45 before the G20 and still the G20 won out.

But thats my Humble Opinion.

SAWMAN
03-17-2009, 06:20
My Glock20 "hunter" will do for me. Could use a 6" slide to go with my 6" OEM bbl. (yeah,like that'll ever happen)

It would also be like owning one of them high end shotguns. I'd be affraid to get it dirty or wet.

Norman
03-17-2009, 06:41
That thing looks downright mean.

tlen
03-17-2009, 10:28
The MSRP of $2450 is far beyond my budget and I doubt there are any discount dealers....:shocked:

uz2bUSMC
03-17-2009, 10:49
I'm just glad that more and more 10mm offerrings are appearing, makes it hard for the naysayers to say the 10's popularity isn't on the rise!

Chuck TX
03-20-2009, 11:42
That's one sweet looking pistol.

why
03-20-2009, 12:20
Ridiculous price.

Clarkbar
03-21-2009, 15:57
That's one sweet looking pistol.

I wholeheartedly agree!!

UnTainted
04-09-2009, 12:49
I'm just glad that more and more 10mm offerrings are appearing, makes it hard for the naysayers to say the 10's popularity isn't on the rise!

+1

It also makes those of us still very young and early in the gun-purchasing addiction thrilled that the 10mm will be around and more firearm offerings and 10mm loads will be available for purchase in the future. :cool:

germ5150
04-09-2009, 20:36
I saw this review with some nicer pics US Gun Talk.

http://www.usguntalk.com/articles-how-tos/396-sti-perfect-10-10mm-auto-longslide-2011-review.html

I know they only see this as a "Tactical" pistol but with a 6" barrel, adjustable sights, and a matte finish this would be one mean hunting pistol.

JinVA
04-11-2009, 22:00
whats the mag capacity?

Myself
04-11-2009, 22:22
whats the mag capacity?

The standard flush fit mag is 14. They have two extended mags that hold 17 and 22 rounds for the 140mm and the 170mm respectively.

I two STI's I purchased a few years back were sprung a little light for the "full power" loads. Hopefully they beefed the springs a little. The 6" slide should help that also.

bac1023
04-12-2009, 00:04
I'm just not a 2011 guy, although they are sweet shooters.

MySiK26
04-20-2009, 21:30
looks very good, although not in my price range in the near future :supergrin:

cgjane
05-07-2010, 10:34
http://www.texasguntalk.com/forums/gun-product-reviews/4870-sti-perfect-10-10mm-auto-longslide-2011-review.html

A Fellow Texan has a first run model...

I have found my a new obsession.

Kegs
05-07-2010, 12:57
That is a very sweet gun. It's not for me, but I can appreciate it.

chemboy
05-08-2010, 15:26
I saw a review on that weapon someplace recently(Combat Handguns?) and it looks nice.
It sure is encouraging to see more 10mm options become available.
:cool:

Retired Squid
05-08-2010, 17:31
I would own a very nice Tanfoglio 6" Hunter but EAA the importer sucks when it comes to service.

http://www.eaacorp.com/images/Hunting/WitHuntB-08.png
Drilled and Tapped Frame
6 inch Premium Barrel with Polygonal Rifling
Fully Adjustable Rear Sight
Perfect for Hunting or Long Range Target
Caliber; 10mm, .45ACP
MSRP $1147.30

From what I have seen about $850 to $900 selling price. Probably one of the best buys in 10mm going, next to the Glock's.

gator378
05-12-2010, 20:58
After several years with no 10mm offering STI is back with "Perfect 10". I didn't know if anyone had seen these yet so I thought I would post. Looks like a proficient hunting weapon, and STI is right down the road from me (3 hours down I35 south :supergrin:) I love STI's 2011 offering but what do you guys think?

http://www.stiguns.com/guns/Perfect10/Perfect10.html

Another Texan. Son lives in Sugarland. Been going to Texas for ten years now, Dallas, Plano, Waco, and now Sugarland. I have wanting a STI for years, but bought a FAL instead. Do they offer the six inch barrel ???????????

Kegs
05-13-2010, 07:19
I would own a very nice Tanfoglio 6" Hunter but EAA the importer sucks when it comes to service.

http://www.eaacorp.com/images/Hunting/WitHuntB-08.png
Drilled and Tapped Frame
6 inch Premium Barrel with Polygonal Rifling
Fully Adjustable Rear Sight
Perfect for Hunting or Long Range Target
Caliber; 10mm, .45ACP
MSRP $1147.30

From what I have seen about $850 to $900 selling price. Probably one of the best buys in 10mm going, next to the Glock's.

I have considered EAA for a long time and would have possibly made the choice to purchase on of there pistols had it not been for the service issue - plus, there are a few quirky things to their pistols anyway (sights, etc.). I am willing to bet the trigger is way better than glock (box-stock).

Retired Squid
05-13-2010, 09:02
I have considered EAA for a long time and would have possibly made the choice to purchase on of there pistols had it not been for the service issue - plus, there are a few quirky things to their pistols anyway (sights, etc.). I am willing to bet the trigger is way better than glock (box-stock). My standard Witness in "Wonder" finish was about 8.5# DA and 4# SA on analog scale and the one Hunter I looked over was a little less but had no scale so I will say 3# to 4# and was SA only with a slight bit of creep and no over travel. I made me think it was just enough slack to allow for glove feel. I just could not get the guy below his $750 tagged price, but in my defense it was 3 maybe 4 years ago and MSRP was about $950 at the time.

There has been several occasions since that I have wished I had bought the gun.