My LGS has a few of them. They are nice for sure, but I am not as big of a fan of the grip as I thought I would be. I much prefer the tree bark texture on the double stack Staccato P. Trouble is now the P is coming with the C grip style.
If the C feels good to you though, get it. Reviews are pretty good from what I’ve seen.
I have a STI Staccato C its a very fine shooting pistol. It will take the Wilson mags they are cheaper.
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I looked at the double stack version and I was turned off by how sloppy the thumb safety was. It was so bad I would be surprised if it would stay on SAFE while carried. I noticed the same thing years ago with a single stack STI I looked at. My old Eagle 5.0 is fine, but I'd certainly want to look at one personally before I purchased. I think STIs are otherwise great guns.
In addition to the optic-ready DUO guns, Pierson said they have also made a carry version of the same pistol that was non-optic bearing, by request. “So basically, we took a Staccato P and we put a shorter carry grip on it,” he said.
They also made threaded barrel versions for some agency.
I shot my brother's Staccato P and it's a fine gun.
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