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TİsaŞ Zİgana Süper Pİstol Semİ Automatİc Full Automatİc Pİstol ..crazy

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by yasinkomutan, Dec 1, 2007.

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  1. yasinkomutan

    yasinkomutan Member

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    Hello to all fans of pistols. I would like to introduce semi-automatic and full automatic pistols of TISAS, manufactured in Turkey, which is known by its durability, stability and lightness. You will have the chance to see the manufacturing and testing process and different types of shooting in this presentation. I hope that you all enjoy it.
    Hope that you like this distinct pistol with its shape and design.


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  2. takhtakaal

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    Cool. We love "wild and crazy pistols."
     
  3. Optical Serenity

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    Wow never heard of this brand. Thanks for the pictures and introduction.
     
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    yasinkomutan:

    Welcome to The High Road. Please provide a link.

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    I like the looks of the C45. Any idea of the price point?

    jw
     
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  8. armoredman

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    Very interesting guns, thank you.
     
  9. igpoobah

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    Sort of a forbidden love child of the 1911 and Desert Eagle. I like it.
     
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    Nice to see my people "representing."
     
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    Usually when I run across a European pistol I've never heard of, it's just a lackluster CZ clone. Nice to see some originality in these Turkish offerings. Aside from the slide-mounted safety, I think I'd like these.
     
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    Too bad I could never get one. My Cypriot Grandmother would kill me.
     
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    Looks like pimped-out old S&W autos, before they rounded the triggerguards.


    That said, I love those old S&W autos, before they rounded the triggerguards.


    These look awesome!
     
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    Fine looking guns.

    What is the cost for these?
     
  15. yasinkomutan

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    I will give you information about all the pistols. I am considering all the ideas that you`ve written. I will reply all the question during the week.
    I will also show you the videos of shooting and manufacturing of tisas pistols. Thank you for your all comments, they are all important for us.
     
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    Based on the layout and controls, it looks like a Beretta 92-based weapon.
     
  18. Logan5

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    Interesting. I do wonder though, on the automatic version, you can decock it and then it's a DA first shot full auto?
     
  19. yasinkomutan

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    ZIGANA F can be converted to full automatic by the help of a latch on the frame.
     
  20. Geno
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    Wow, did you all watch those videos?! Awesome pistols! I like the inward angle of the receiver to slide. Thanks for the thread! This is awesome!

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  21. 19-3Ben

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    Very interesting.
    Edit to add, I think I prefer the version without all the holes in the front. I feel like they would be difficult and time consuming to clean out, and get dirty quickly.
     
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    Looks like it is based on the Walther P88 Compact to me.
    Are these available in the USA?
     
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    First picture looks like Magna-Port gone wild!:eek::eek:
     
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    Those are some nice looking guns, I like the first one.
     
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    Ever curious on the Sport one (the one with all the holes) if it comes with a ported barrel as standard? Looking at it, and some of the videos I almost want to say yes. Equally curious if they will offer it in .40 or offer .40 barrel kits.
     
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