EAA 170815 SAR Arms ST10 16+1 9mm 4.52" EAA 170815 SAR Arms ST10 16+1 9mm 4.52"
Double action semi-automatic with auto firing pin block and manual safety. Alloy receiver. Fixed front sight; adjustable rear sight. Barrel length is 4.5 inches. Picatinny rail. Rear slide serrations. Weight 31.7 ounces.UPC: 741566600623
Model 170815 Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 411549152 UPC 741566600623 *Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photo's provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.
Customer Reviews 8 Customer Reviews Average 4.4 out of 5 John P I wanted to give this product high ratings but could not. Don't get the all black on unless you want to refinish it all over. The finish is not durable at all and any little thing exposes metal. I was disappointed since my other Sar pistols have a good finish. That being said, the gun shoots very good, and is reliable. The trigger pull is more than I expected, but it's smooth, not gritty. All in all, the price, which I thought was a steal, ends up being about what this gun is worth. 3 weeks ago Michael R I waited for three month and at least 600 rounds through the gun before writing the review. The gun has pluses and minuses and I will discuss them in detail. On a positive side It is a very high quality gun, but It was so tight that DA became manageable only after 500 rounds, it is like 12lb now. SA is crisp, but not light, about 6 lb. Definitely not DA 8lb, SA 4lb as I read from some reviews. I also had a problem with the slide not moving back after the last round,I even wrote Bud about that, but after 500 rounds the problem disappeared. Probably there were breaking in problems.
The gun is heavy, 33oz empty, and I would have expected light recoil, no the recoil was not light but manageable. I used only high quality ammunition both 115g and 124g, not a single problem.
Now the sights, I get used to have some space between front sight and U shape rear sight, it helps to aim the pistol. On this pistol there is no gap between front and rear sights, so I have to aline white dots. When the white dots are alined and centered, the top of the front sight is below
the top of U shape rear sights. On most of the guns the tops and the white dots are alined together. I found that when the dots are aline the gun shoots just to the center and very accurate. . When I aline the tops, it shoots high. This problem would be easily solved with an elevation adjustable rear sights, but the rear sight was just windage adjustable which was not necessary so far.
In conclusion, this is a good gun, definitely worth the money. I would not recommend it as a first gun or for a beginner, but experienced shooter may extract more goods from the gun.
I strongly recommend buying life time warranty from Bud. My experience with their customer service is very positive.
For all above I give it four stars 2 months ago Show More Reviews...