Anyone heard of or shot a Tisas CS-9 pistol?


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Old 10-08-2011, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Anyone heard of or shot a Tisas CS-9 pistol?

I saw one advertised on the net and then did a search and found that a lot of places are carrying them, including Buds gun shop. The only think I can find is that they are imported by American Tactical Imports, they are a polymer frame and they are have a hammer. The price is right. I can't find a review or info as to the warranty. I'm really curious. Thanks for any input.

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Old 10-08-2011, 02:49 AM   #2
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I saw one advertised on the net and then did a search and found that a lot of places are carrying them, including Buds gun shop. The only think I can find is that they are imported by American Tactical Imports, they are a polymer frame and they are have a hammer. The price is right. I can't find a review or info as to the warranty. I'm really curious. Thanks for any input.

Dave
It's actually a Turkish gun. Google Zigana pistol and you'll turn up more information on them.
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Thanks, I'm always looking for something not too heavy, accurate, goes bang every time you pull the trigger and has a good warranty/reputation. Heck, I might as well stay with my Glock!

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