Posted January 23, 2019 10:00 am by Comments

By Jacki Billings

The latest PD-10 model. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)
Avidity Arms’ PD-10 is edging closer to release as the final tweaks are made on the single stack pistol design, said popular shooting instructor Rob Pincus, who influenced the gun’s design, in an interview with Guns.com.
The 9mm chambered PD-10, first announced in 2016, has undergone tweaks and changes since its first debut. Though no formal release date has been set, Pincus said the PD-10 is inching towards its launch. The hold-up? Making sure all the bugs are out and the pistol can function in the wild with no excuses or failures.
Pincus said after seeing the PD-10 endure a grueling shooting schedule at range day on Monday, he’s confident in its current iteration.
“(Monday) was the third time we’ve had a shootable PD-10 at range day. It made it through the entire day without breaking,” Pincus told Guns.com. “That’s really what it comes down to when I can start leaving the guns out in the wild and know people can pick them up and know that I don’t have to apologize for a 3D printed part or say ‘That’s not how the production one will be.’ We’re at the point where the (PD-10) people shot yesterday

Source: Guns.com

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