Author Topic: What are the "Good" Witnesses?  (Read 830 times)


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Re: What are the "Good" Witnesses?
« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2017, 03:36:36 PM »
The Witness 10mm is a scaled up CZ.  As a result most CZ holsters won't work.


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Re: What are the "Good" Witnesses?
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2018, 10:18:23 AM »
I really want to look into a Witness in 10mm, but NOBODY around me sells them. And I have small short fingered hands, so I need to hold one to see if their double stack feels good in my hands. (Which is why Glock is pretty much out of it, they do not feel right to me.) Not sure how to solve this dilemma.

What size glove do you wear or fit into? My hands are a size medium. I bought the thin aluminum grips for my Witness Hunter and since it is SAO I don't have to worry about a long double action reach.

Well I actually found a guy selling a full size steel 10mm Witness online. Called him up, and he came out to the house. I could BARELY get my mitts around the double stack grip, but I could, so I bought it. I am looking at maybe trying to find some aluminum grips that might be a bit thinner than the OEM ones.
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