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    Default Re: EAA Sarsilmaz B6P 9mm

    Never shot it but the reviews look good. I may have to order one.

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    That's a great price thus my temptation
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    Default Re: EAA Sarsilmaz B6P 9mm

    I looked at one of these, very very tempted by the price, but I don't really think I want a poly framed pistol, but its hard to pass up at that price...

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    I own both the compact and the fullsize b6. I carry the compact daily. The last five month we have used the fullsize for idpa matches. I also own the Sar K2 45 acp and another Sar is the K2P poly 9mm all are based off the Cz 75 Design . All are made with modern manufacturing methods. I have been shooting these pistol for two years now with zero failures. They are all Sar pistols manufactured in Turkey and cuurenlty marketed and sold thru EAA . Sar is working on setting here in the USA so that they can bring in the rest of their CZ 75 based line of pistols to our marketplace. Most of the 9 mm pistols use Cz 75 16 , 18 round mags and will accept Mecgar 17 and 19 round mags as well . The poly pistols only come with one mag . The B6P compact is an odd ball mag-you can get extras from EAA or go to Tombstone Tactical online for a better deal on the compact mags. The pistol intially sold for $340.00 ,but the price has dropped because American gun buyers are slow to embrace products from countries such as Turkey. The sales were sluggish so the price went down to $270.00 range . When buyers recognize the value of these pistol and their quality the prices will increases as demand increases. Mt personal favorite in the Sar lineup is the K2P 3.8 inch barrel with a 17 round mag . it is more toward a fullsize gun ,but not quite threre. It will accept the Mecgar 19 round mags giving you a twenty round capacity cost about $330 currently.


    It has a 19 round mag in it. This model also comes with a rear adjustable sight.
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    I did not realize that Buds had lowered the price on the fullsize B6 poly to $231.00 for that amount I will buy a second one.
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    I think the quality of Turkish firearms is on the upswing - I recently purchased the Tisas 1911 in stainless from Buds (the deal with the tactical shotgun for another $99) and the fit and finish on both are excellent - the pistol compares favorably with my Kimber. If I was in the market for a poly 9mm I think I'd jump on that price.

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    Default Re: EAA Sarsilmaz B6P 9mm

    My dad has the compact.
    Great gun. I've shot the hell out of it already.
    Great trigger. Takes CZ mags.
    Buy one. Good stuff cheap.

    Brian.
    Just took a look to see if the compact came down in price.
    It didn't.
    But the K245 did!
    $407!!!
    Might have to get one now.

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    Armor Snail if I did not already have 2 of those I would buy another of the K2 45 acp as well, some outstanding prices right before Christmas.
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    Default Re: EAA Sarsilmaz B6P 9mm

    This pistol just keeps getting harder to pass up. The price is excellent, and it has gotten great reviews. I really wanted an all steel 9mm, but for what I want to do, this would work perfectly, and its a lot less money than others I've been looking at. Brian, what kind of holsters have you found for it? Seems like there are a lot of different options of holsters for different pistols that work well for these, just curious to hear from someone who has experience. I'd probably be looking for a leather OTB pancake style holster, seem like my chances of finding one would be pretty good.

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