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Old 03-09-2020, 12:18 PM
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Differences in Omni/DVC P Duo/Staccato XC?

Was on a waiting list for an Omni around '18 and didn't get one due to a production delay (for barrels i think). Ended up getting a DVC P Duo last year. Now I see there is a Staccato XC.

Other than branding, grips, magwell styling, sights and the slide cuts are these pistols pretty much the same?
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Old 03-09-2020, 03:48 PM
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Was on a waiting list for an Omni around '18 and didn't get one due to a production delay (for barrels i think). Ended up getting a DVC P Duo last year. Now I see there is a Staccato XC.

Other than branding, grips, magwell styling, sights and the slide cuts are these pistols pretty much the same?
Better trigger on the XC.
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Old 03-10-2020, 07:05 AM
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They are generally the same. Dust cover is different (I liked my Omni’s better), Omnis had side ports on the comp (I like my XC’s better), and I think the Omnis have a better plate system for the red dots (more versatile). I also believe the DVC line had an overall better fit and finish. Don’t get me wrong - the XC is amazing and well above and beyond most every other gun out there. Just not AS GOOD as the Omni.

That all being said, I love my XC and it is one of the best and most fun pistols I own (that and my Wilson EDC X9L, plus my old German P228, but its another animal)
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Old 03-10-2020, 02:19 PM
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I own a WC DC X9L with an RMR as well that I carry daily. Iím thinking of getting a STI Staccato P Duo. Stuck on thinking Iím just duplicating the EDC X9.

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They are generally the same. Dust cover is different (I liked my Omniís better), Omnis had side ports on the comp (I like my XCís better), and I think the Omnis have a better plate system for the red dots (more versatile). I also believe the DVC line had an overall better fit and finish. Donít get me wrong - the XC is amazing and well above and beyond most every other gun out there. Just not AS GOOD as the Omni.

That all being said, I love my XC and it is one of the best and most fun pistols I own (that and my Wilson EDC X9L, plus my old German P228, but its another animal)
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Old 03-12-2020, 09:09 AM
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I own a WC DC X9L with an RMR as well that I carry daily. Iím thinking of getting a STI Staccato P Duo. Stuck on thinking Iím just duplicating the EDC X9.


I had an EDCX9 that I sold for the Staccato P Duo. Recoil impulse is different on the duo and not as ďsnappyĒ as the X9. But the biggest part for me, it felt better in hand and on the range. And I liked the pre-milled MRDS where it was going to cost me another $500 plus wait to send it in to send the X9 to Wilson. Was a nice gun but I feel I got more bang for my buck with the Staccato


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