Staccato Guns 2021

Staccato Guns 2021

The Staccato 2011 line up. A superb group of guns, that 3 years have perfected. In 2021, Staccato made the following changes to their pistols. Zero. Zip, Nada.

Is this a bad thing?

Lets us discuss this.

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19 Comments

  1. Mario Duncan on August 21, 2022 at 7:53 pm

    Great review on the c2 duo love mine question what holster are you useing for your c2?



  2. TheGunfighter45acp on August 21, 2022 at 7:55 pm

    The devil is in the details: IMO, these are great guns & they are duty worthy, but I don’t think they are ideal as a primary, carried pistol for most LEOs and the environments & scenarios most LEOs face. SOG, SWAT, etc who fire tons of rounds & have full armorer support will be fine w/them, but again something shoulder fired is their primary.



  3. A.C.G.B LR on August 21, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    Finally was able to make it to the range with the Staccato c2, I am impressed. It does jump/snap up quickly, but the recoil was very mild. It was a breeze to shoot fist size groups at 25 yards. When shooting quickly, the gun is quite smooth in operation and kept on target fairly easy.

    I love it and I am getting a second one!



  4. HURT 1 on August 21, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    I thought the 2021 model P comes with a magwell? Also, there is something different on the duo plate system as I don’t think they are included anymore like on the 2020 model. A couple changes they need to make in my opinion is milling the duo directly for rmr(the dpp for duty sucks) and going back to the old 2019 texture. This new texture isn’t very grippy for a duty weapon.



  5. ObserverWill on August 21, 2022 at 8:08 pm

    I tried a C2 the other day. Definitely the smoothest carry gun I’ve ever shot. The hype is real folks. I’m getting one soon and will make it my EDC.



  6. mark allen on August 21, 2022 at 8:12 pm

    Must watch right now 👍👍👍👍✅✅✅✅✅



  7. XxLeggZxX on August 21, 2022 at 8:12 pm

    Did they happen to stop making the P in .45 ACP? If so, was it to further streamline production, or was there another reason?



  8. Oliver Allen on August 21, 2022 at 8:14 pm

    If people started looking at weapons from an engineering standpoint, they’d see tools like Staccato are feats. It’s not ‘better’ on purpose. You’re getting a calculated compromise, the same way when you buy a VW instead of an Audi/Porsche, you’re getting a calculated compromise.



  9. Lee Woiteshek on August 21, 2022 at 8:20 pm

    Sadly, most cliches are true. I’m a retired LEO from a 800 man department. Maybe 100 were shooters. It got worse as the old military vets retired and the focus was hiring college grads. Most of my department weren’t gun people. Didn’t want to be. Many didn’t carry off duty. A high end weapon like the Staccato in any form would be a hazard both to the officer and the public if it were issued to my agency. Point of fact, SA’s weren’t authorized at any time of the 28 years I spent there. I would imagine our department was normal in this regard. For the average patrolman, the Glock in various flavors is plenty. It will likely get shot once or twice a year, and only get cleaned then. Rest of the time in will be in a holster, lock box of some sort, personal safe, or the officers trunk. I wish it wasn’t so, but it is. Our agency actually weeded out combat vets in hiring. They’d rather have a police funeral, than a controversial shoot. Our City Manager’s policy was "perception is reality". That’s what governed our directives and what training we had. You can see how this works in WA, OR, and MN.



  10. Tactical Firearms on August 21, 2022 at 8:21 pm

    Love my Staccato P DPO! Just put it on my channel, smaller channel but just got started 🔥



  11. Jamie McDonald on August 21, 2022 at 8:32 pm

    Staccato c2 $2299/p Dpo $2399 before taxes
    Trijicon rmr $540 before taxes
    Surefire x300u $289 before taxes
    Las concealment Ronin-L 3.0 (to my liking) $174 excluding tax and shipping
    Grand total c2 Dpo $3302/p Dpo $3402 before taxes
    Conclusion: once you add taxes you’re already in the price range of high quality custom 1911/2011 I’d go custom 2011



  12. Kevin Gallagher on August 21, 2022 at 8:33 pm

    Have a 2021 P DPO and a 2021 C2 DPO Tactical. Amazing guns

    If I had to choose one, as of right now, it’s the C2. Much better weight, and slightly more recoil.



  13. Ofcr Devin Crinklaw (OPD) on August 21, 2022 at 8:35 pm

    Good Sir. I am having a dilemma. I cannot decide to buy th Staccato P in Steel or Aluminum Frame. I shot the Steel frame yesterday and I have come to the same conclusion that you have about how shootable that gun it. Amazing!

    Staccato tells me that the Aluminum frame is just as strong as steel. Not sure I can believe that. Iam concerned about the difference in felt recoil and the difference in Carry weight is 5 Oz. about what my Mobile phone weighs. Have you shot the Aluminum frame P version? If so. What is opinion between the Aluminum and Steel frame P. I just cannot decide. Thanks in advance.



  14. trey scott on August 21, 2022 at 8:43 pm

    Probably dont remember me but we spoke a couple of months ago on the staccato p and how awesome this weapon is..iv been letting people shoot this weapon , planting the seed and some went out and purchased one after shooting mine. I just recently joined the Blue Team and waiting for the C2 duo …I believe everybody should own at least one and I will be doing everything in my power to get one of these guns in people’s hand…as always a good video



  15. Suttipong Nakken on August 21, 2022 at 8:48 pm

    Well we’ll you should let me have one 🤔



  16. jaysonbrian on August 21, 2022 at 8:49 pm

    I have a staccato P not the DUO now im planing to get the staccato c2 or c2 duo in your opinion which do you think i will get



  17. Jacob Wohl on August 21, 2022 at 8:49 pm

    In my experience, a novice pistol shooter can pick up a Staccato P and shoot it as well as the guy who’s been shooting his Glock 19 every other month for 4 or 5 years. That says a lot.



  18. MDpolo Gun Channel on August 21, 2022 at 8:50 pm

    I sold my Staccato C. I really gave it a chance but while shooting the C, it was uncomfortable borderline painful on the web of my hand. I made a video on that but have not edited it yet. Perhaps I’ll look for a Staccato C2 and give that a try. Love my my Staccato P. Thank you for the video.



  19. C Kim on August 21, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    I’m not a LEO or competition shooter. I love to shoot and I’ll admit I’m not the best shot. The Staccatto P makes me a far better shooter because of the great trigger and reset. I’m comfortable carrying it and I understand most LEO’s don’t get the trigger time they should be putting in if they are carrying everyday. Hard for me to imagine an accidental shooting with a service glock in the hands of a LEO because their finger accidently pulled the trigger under stress as it is a horrible trigger pull. I sure do like the Dawson recoil guide rod system for easier disassembly.