TriStar C-100

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posted on April 22, 2013
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TriStar Sporting Arms introduced its pistol line in 2012, and has expanded it for 2013. One of its premier new offerings is the C-100, which is manufactured in and imported from Turkey.

The C-100 is a compact clone of the well-known, and greatly respected, CZ-75 design. It features a double/single action; with rear snag-free dovetail sights and a fixed-blade front sight. The manual safety allows the pistol to be carried cocked and locked, with the safety on.

You can get a closer look at the TriStar C-100 in the video below, hosted by American Rifleman Senior Executive Editor Brian Sheetz.

Technical Specifications:

Importer: TriStar Sporting Arms
Action: Double/Single
Caliber:
9 mm, .40 S&W
Barrel Length:
3.9"
Weight: 1.53 lbs. (9 mm) or 1.63 lbs. (.40 S&W)
Magazine:
15 rounds (9 mm) or 11 rounds (.40 S&W)
Sights:
Rear Snag-Free Dovetail, Fixed Front Blade
Grips:
Black Polymer Checkered
Finish:
Blued or Chrome
Suggested Retail Price:
$429 to $439

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