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The Sarsilmaz B6 - Never heard of it? Here's the Review & Range Report

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SA, Nov 14, 2010.

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  1. SA

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    Ok so a friend calls me up last month and asks me to review and test his new gun --- a Sarsilmaz B6 9mm. Said it's a CZ Clone from Turkey, and I was like :banghead:... not another :cuss:

    But I was in for a :what:

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    The Sarsilmaz B6 is based on the famous and well-proven design of the Czechoslovak CZ-75 pistol. Among its line of different CZ Clones (Kilinc 2000 Lite being famous) this is the only CZ-75 Clone with a Polymer Frame. The licence for the polymer frame CZ 75 clone manufacturing was given by CZ to an Italian arms manufacturing factory, Bernadelli. Later on Bernadelli was purchased by Sarsilmaz, and hence the B6.

    The B6 is available in three versions:

    - B6 Black and White Chrome, in which the Slide, trigger, slide lock lever, manual safety and magazine release catch, are all chromed and rest is black.
    - B6 all Black (phosphate finish)
    - B6 C, which is the compact version, which is approx 20mm shorter than the standard B6

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    REVIEW

    Technical Specs

    Model: Sarsilmaz B6 Siyah (Black)
    Manufacturer: Sarsilmaz Silah Sanayi, Turkey
    Caliber: 9x19 mm Parabellum
    Dimensions: 210x140x28 mm (length x height x Grip width)
    Barrel: 118.65 mm
    Weight(with empty mag): 770 grams
    Capacity: 15 rounds (a 17 round mag is also available)
    Sights: Fixed front, dovetail rear, three dot type.
    Slide: Forged Steel
    Frame: Polymer
    Barrel Life: 25,000 rounds



    CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE REVIEW OF SARSILMAZ B6 AND IT'S RANGE TESTING REPORT
     
  2. tekarra

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    Good report, thank you. Since Academy stopped selling Sarsilmaz pistols, they have been hard to find. Don't think the B6 was imported here.
     
  3. SA

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    Btw, I have found most clones of CZ75 to be very good performance-wise.
     
  4. mlk18

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    Only licensed clone maybe. IMI, Tangfolio and others make or have made CZ clones with poly frames. I will admit that this one looks very nice.
     
  5. SA

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    @ MLK18,

    The finishing on Sarsilmaz, as I have observed, is very good generally. Last week I had the opportunity to handle their defense compact model and that too was not only a beautiful gun but also very well finished. Thinking of doing a proper review and range report on it soon :)
     
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