I was lucky to find one online, no issues after 500 rounds. If you are on the fence, go ahead and get one, the gun is awesome, the grip is fantastic. The slide is NOT hard at all. To compare two completely different guns, a brand new P365X is harder to rack than the P320 XTEN (when new as well); now, the slide lock/release is hard at the beginning, same applies to the mags, you want to load them with a loader and leave them fully loaded for a day, one inserted in the gun, that will help with the break-in process, otherwise simply load 14 rounds per mag until you reach about 100 rounds... Good luck!I'm itching to get my hands on a P320 X Ten. Why? Don't ask; I already have a bunch of Sigs in 9mm, but the 10mm intrigues me.
My primary concern is, how hard is it to rack the slide? I had a stroke two years ago and lost a lot of hand strength. I can handle the recoil spring tension on my 9mm P229 and P320Cs relatively easily, but given the higher operating pressure of the 10mm, I'm concerned that the spring tension may be to great for me to overcome when attempting to rack the slide. Oh and FYI, I shoot a Kimber 1911 in 10mm no problem.
Any knowledgeable comment will be greatly appreciated.