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    This May Be The Newest Object Of My Obsession- TriStar T-100

    As my usual attractions are pistols which are well suited for carry, this one may fit the weight and capacity ideal requirements. While there is one that I see is in a chrome finish the black Cerakote should be durable enough for my needs.

    https://www.classicfirearms.com/tris...lued-tsa-85109
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    That'd be a nice addition to any arsenal. Is it my imagination, or am I seeing the TriStar name more often over the past few years?

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    I'll just leave these right here....


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    Yeah......it's a good as it looks. I'd be happy to add a T-100!!
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    I don't own one cause I didn't run across one before I loaded up on all my CZ.
    its basically a CZ PCR at about 150 bucks less money.
    I understand they are quite good performers.
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    The Turks make good guns! I own a TriStar T120 and it is an excellent gun in fit and finish and shoots extremely well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trooperc7 View Post
    The Turks make good guns! I own a TriStar T120 and it is an excellent gun in fit and finish and shoots extremely well!
    What trooperc7 said ^^^^^^^^^^

    My T120 has been great so far and a T100 is on my "Wants" list.

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    Tristar/Canik T120. 9mm Alloy Frame Cz Clone. Shown here with Hogue Cz75 wrap around finger groove grips
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    Hard to beat the price and quality.

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    Wow, the price is right, and it's got that cool classic old school semi-auto pistol look. Sorry I don't have any experience to relate, but I've heard good things about them. Best wishes.

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    I had to draw a line in the sand. If it isn't CZ or Tanfoglio, I must avoid. Otherwise I'd own an example of every clone out there. Dang those Springfield Armory P9's. They squeaked by as Tanfoglio. It also helped that two of mine were worked on/supervised by Les Baer when he was there.

    Of the flipside, I've shot both the T-100 and T-120. I hated both of them, because of my above self imposed rule. I also hate the Sphinx for the same reason. Also IMI finally put the safety where it belongs.

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