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Barrett

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I talking about Turkish made for USA model?
You are confusing two different weapons, the one made in Turkey is a replica of Cz-75 called Sarsilmaz M2000 and the one used by U.S law enforcement is Cz-75 SP-01, it has a capacity of 18 rounds and its price in U.S is $700


while the one Turkish police uses is made in Czech Republic called Cz-75 BD police TR

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waraich66

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You are confusing two different weapons, the one made in Turkey is a replica of Cz-75 called Sarsilmaz M2000 and the one used by U.S law enforcement is Cz-75 SP-01, it has a capacity of 18 rounds and its price in U.S is $700


while the one Turkish police uses is made in Czech Republic called Cz-75 BD police TR

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I am talking about turkish made for US with 15 round similar to CZ-75 SP-01
 

Barrett

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There is no CZ produced anywhere in the world other then Czech Republic, CZ-USA imports products from Czech republic.
 

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There is no CZ produced anywhere in the world other then Czech Republic, CZ-USA imports products from Czech republic.
Your information is noT correct many countries including turkey are manufaturing CZ under licence.USA is also importing CZ from Turkey.I have seen CZ MADE for USA that is why refering you.
 
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Your information is noT correct many countries including turkey are manufaturing CZ under licence.USA is also importing CZ from Turkey.I have seen CZ MADE for USA that is why refering you.
Yes brother I have already given you the details for the weapons made under license, they come with different names like IMI (Jericho-941, Israel), Tanfoglio (TZ-75, TZ-90, T-95, Italy), Sarsilmaz (M2000, Turkey), ITM (AT-88, Swiss), Sphinx Systems (mod.2000, Swiss), Norinco (NZ-75, China), and Springfield (P9, USA).

But none of them is called CZ-75 other then the one produced in Czech Republic. The Cz US uses is not imported from turkey, it is imported by CZ-USA from Czech Republic.

I hope this clears the misconception.
 

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I have been contributing to this forum for almost two months now. During this i time i have fought with the sheer arrogance of the moderators and admins of this forum.

The final straw was when they closed my welcome thread, as some of my friends were posting there.

I asked them for a reason and the reply was and i quote " i shall consider myself lucky that it was allowed for that long..."

No I don't consider myself lucky at all, they shall consider themselves lucky that people, like myself, waste their time by posting on this web page.

As far as i am concern if my welcome thread is not good enough to be here then they don't deserve to have my other contributions to this forum either.

Hence i am withdrawing all my posts from this forum.
 
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Barrett

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The only difference between a Taurus PT-92 & 99 is an adjustable rear sight and a taller front sight on the 99 and 92 has 3 dot fixed sight.
Now unless you are into professional shooting the adjustable sight is useless and after a while becomes loose.

As far as the difference between the taurus 92 and Beretta 92 is that Taurus has lowered the safety which does not come in the way while loading the gun.

Regards.
 

waraich66

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Yes brother I have already given you the details for the weapons made under license, they come with different names like IMI (Jericho-941, Israel), Tanfoglio (TZ-75, TZ-90, T-95, Italy), Sarsilmaz (M2000, Turkey), ITM (AT-88, Swiss), Sphinx Systems (mod.2000, Swiss), Norinco (NZ-75, China), and Springfield (P9, USA).

But none of them is called CZ-75 other then the one produced in Czech Republic. The Cz US uses is not imported from turkey, it is imported by CZ-USA from Czech Republic.

I hope this clears the misconception.
Turkish Pistols

Sarsilmaz Gune 2000
Notes: This pistol, based on the Italian Tanfoglio Force 99, is manufactured by Sarsilmaz in Turkey under license. Sarsilmaz has made few changes to the original design, adding extra cocking grooves to the front of the slide and adding an automatic firing pin safety. Sarsilmaz also manufactures this pistol in only one caliber. Sights are of the 3-dot type. Otherwise, it is basically the same polymer-frame pistol that the Tanfoglio Force 99 is.


A similar pistol, the V-8 Vatos, has a lightweight aluminum frame. The design is somewhat simplified over the basic Force 99/CZ-75, and a MIL-STD-1913 rail is under the dust cover.
Twilight 2000 Notes: This weapon is not available in the Twlight 2000 timeline.

Weapon
Ammunition
Weight
Magazines
Price

Gune 2000
9mm Parabellum
0.85 kg
16
$243

V-8 Vatos
9mm Parabellum
0.8 kg
15
$248


Hence proved V-8 Votas is copy of CZ-75.
 
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waraich66

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yeah check first if they allow it otherwise the CJ will take a somo tomo notice against you :rofl::rofl:
I think CJ of Canada will not give me somo tomo notice :rofl:,because have seen CZ also availiable in canadain market price range 650-850CAD.
 

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