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American Tactical & Israeli BUL

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by LubeckTech, Oct 21, 2010.

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  1. LubeckTech

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    A fellow in another thread is looking for an inexpensive 9MM for to shoot IDPA.
    CDNN Is advertising some Beretta 92 copies made by a company Called American Tactical for $299. Anyone ever hear of this company of have experience with them? On the same page they are advertising a gun from Legacy Sports called the Israeli BUL Cherokee. Any information about these??
    Catalog is here page 28:
    http://www.cdnninvestments.com/
     
  2. MAKster

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    Those 92 copies are made in Turkey.
     
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    i have been waiting for some feedback on these beretta clones as well. they seem like a great deal for the money if they are reliable.
     
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    The bul cherokee is a polymer cz75 clone made in isreal. From what I have read they are nice pistols and the also can use cz mags. I have an earlier bul cz clone imported by charles daly called a dda. It is 45acp and runs great. Mark
     
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    Can the BUL be carried cocked and locked??
     
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    Anyone know if the 92 copy is part compatible with the beretta 92?
     
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    YES, Beretta owns that plant, and probably the machinery came directly from the Italy plant, and was set up the engineers who built them in Italy in the first place.

    Stoeger is basically a second label, where Beretta puts lines that are still popular but getting older. Hell they set up the Taurus line too.
     
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    Yes
     
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