Tristar C-100

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by fitzdawg79, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. fitzdawg79

    fitzdawg79 Member

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    I loved my CZ so much that I wanted to try out one of the compact clones. Luckily, my local Academy had one in stock for $329. This thing is a lot of gun for that price. It's definitely not a CZ, but it is a good little shooter. Trigger is a little stiffer than the CZ, but I've read that it will break in. Only got about 70-80 rounds through it so far, but I'm impressed with the feel and accuracy. Gonna try the 4 plate challenge with it on my next range trip.
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  2. ForsythGlock

    ForsythGlock Member

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    I picked one of these up because the price was right and I was amazed at the quality/feel. Best bang for the buck in my opinion.
     

  3. Phil1979

    Phil1979 Member Georgia Carry

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    Not bad, but for $40 more you can get the K2 14+1 .45 from CDNN Sports - a VERY high quality pistol with a nice DA/SA trigger. It's also basically a CZ/Witness clone from Turkey.
     
  4. Wheedle

    Wheedle Active Member

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    Sorry, but this is all I can think when you say Tristar

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  5. mountainman444

    mountainman444 Well-Known Member

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    I own one and love it. My current go to pistol for everyday shooting and carry. Probably 200 - 300 rounds of all brands and bullet configurations and never a jam. I think you'll be pleased with it. I know I am.
     
  6. ed4

    ed4 Active Member

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    Hmm Academy, hadn't been in one since they decided to hide their AR15's. Daniel Defense fired them as a seller and I agree with it.
     
  7. atlsrt44

    atlsrt44 Well-Known Member

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    I love cz clones. Though i lean more towards witnesses
     
  8. fitzdawg79

    fitzdawg79 Member

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    I've got about the same number of rounds through mine, and it's been really good. I've used cheap steel case, good brass cased FMJ, and some Hornady Critical Defense that needed to be shot up yesterday (it was about 8 months old and had been loaded and unloaded several times), all without a hiccup. It's just shockingly accurate, even compared to the Glock 17 I used to have.
     
  9. fitzdawg79

    fitzdawg79 Member

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    I very nearly bought an EAA, but decided to get the actual full sized CZ instead. Of course, there's nothing (besides $$) stopping me from getting both ;)
     
  10. atlsrt44

    atlsrt44 Well-Known Member

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    I like your thinking