In this study, CuSn10 metal-matrix composites (MMCs) reinforced with 0, 1, 3, and 5 vol.% graphite particulates were fabricated by powder metallurgy. The microstructure, relative density, hardness, and abrasive wear behavior of the composites were investigated. The abrasive wear tests were conducted on unreinforced matrix and CuSn10-graphite composites using a pin-on-disk-type machine. The effects of sliding distance, applied load, graphite particle content, and abrasive grit sizes on the abrasive wear properties of the composites have been evaluated. The microstructure evolution of composites and the main wear mechanisms were identified using a scanning electron microscope and an energy-dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS). The density and hardness of the sintered CuSn10-graphite composites decreased with increasing graphite content. The abrasive wear resistance increased with increasing graphite content, but the abrasive wear resistance decreased with increasing sliding distance, applied load, and abrasive grit size. Moreover, the wear resistance of the composite was found to be considerably higher than that of the CuSn10 matrix alloy and increased with increasing graphite particle content.