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EAA SAR Arms B6P 9mm Fullsize Semi-Auto Pistol Action: Semi-Auto-DA/SA - Manual Safety • Finish: Black • Barrel: 4.5" • Sights: 3 Dot Fixed • Magazine(s): 1 - 17 Round • Grips: Polymer • Weight: 1.8 lbs • Overall Length: 8.2" • MSRP: $393 The SARARMS SRB6P Semi Auto Pistol is a modern reproduction with improvements on the world famous CZ75* design. First, EAA took the frame and made it polymer and improved the ergonomics. Next, they used state of the art manufacturing technology to improve the quality and added state of the art material and material processing to give you the SARB6P that has the competition wondering. **CZ75 is the registered trademark and service mark of CZ-USA, INC. and is used here for references purposes only.
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CDNN & their games. Was $209 when I bought mine then they had free shipping that saved $14.99 so they raised the gun to $229.99 so with free shipping it costed $5 more then the free shipping ended so now it's $250/shipped. I hate the games they play. For the same money at CDNN you can get a CZ 75B clone with a rail you can add lights, lasers, etc but I like the clean classic round trigger guard look of the original CZ75.

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I also have the K2P and it is a well made pistol that has been 100% reliable so far. Shoots nice, accurate, decent trigger, easy breakdown, etc.

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I have the Sar CM9 gen2. I think it's a decent gun. I paid 280 out the door. It came with 2 15rd mags. So far it shot standard brass and steal with no issues. I'm happy with the purchase. No defects on the gun at all. I think my next purchase will be the revolver Sar sr-38 if I can find it at a good price.

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CLONE some ones else's product? I won't touch it with a 10 foot pole.. Real CZ's are a Great product though..

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You mean a clone like a 1911, AK-47, SKS, PT92, CETME / C308, AR-15, or pretty much any revolver or other popular military gun ever produced??? You must only own a Zip Gun if you are against copycat firearms.

BTW, what kind of dumbass up-votes their own post?

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I was surprised on how well this gun is accurate and well made. Has done me real well for the money. If your considering purchasing this firearm, I'd pull the trigger

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On again, off again SARS is the problem. For the past several years SARS has been switching or threatening to switch distributors. In the mean time there have been on and off shortages or product, parts and magazines. I have waited up to six months to get mags on firearmms that EAA was swiping the extra magazine and just sending one in the kits.

Since May there has been all this blowing and going about UTAS and SARS and we are hitting November without a single SARS firearms being imported and in retail channels. This was supposed to be up and running in August. This is the same ol' SARS crapola. Either get your product in country with some parts and support or admit you folks just are not up to the task.

There is at least a five year history of this kind of baloney. No gun owner wants to spend hours researching where to get his mags or his repairs. Get your stuff together Sarsilmaz. Time to stop talking and start delivering on your PR spin.

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I bought one of these a little while back. I have a CZ 75B and although the B6P is no CZ it will serve the purpose which is to be a higher capacity truck gun over my single stack Kahr CM9.

As far as mags, my 16 round CZ 75B mags would not fit, just a tad to short to lock in. I tried to find the regular B6P mags but everyone was sold out. I ordered two 17 round MecGar CZ 75B mags from Tombstone Tactical for $18 each.

They fit but you had to slam the mag in to get it to lock up. The base plates on the 17 round are plastic so I took them off and rubbed the tops across a folded sheet of semi course sand paper until I was able to push the mag in and have it lock up as smoothly as the original mag.

I didn't have to take of much at all. Would't even know they were sanded, and besides the top of the base plate butts right up next to the bottom of the gun where it would hide any sanding marks even if you could see them.

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Real men buy CZs.

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I have the B6P along with a Tanfoglio Witness Steel and both are among my favorite shooters. Sarsilmaz makes very good handguns IMO. Only downside to this one is 1 mag, but that was the same for my Tanfoglio Witness. I want a few more of the Sar guns now. I will say the only thing I don't like about it is the billboards all over the gun.

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Was 169 now it's like almost 300

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$169?

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Folks should realize that these guns are no longer imported by EAA. EAA told me they will service the guns until parts are gone. They have a poor warranty. You should read it. They are good guns no doubt about that but for me a no buy for lack of future service.

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SAR USA will be taking over the importing. Tombstone Tactical has mags available. We will start seeing new SAR models in the US later this year.

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had mine for 3 years and 10k of ammo through it (all types) nevery had an issue. it was a littlE tight out of the box and polymer bottom feels out of balance without full mag, but very accurate for fixed sights and easy field strip.

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The EAA Tanfoglio Witness, which this gun is a clone of, has had the Poly frame selling for $250 for months now. Considering it's a little bit cheaper, and made in Italy rather than Turkey, I don't see any reason to prefer this over the original Tanfoglio.
That's not to say that it's not as great gun at a great price either, though.

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I might get this good price and comes with a brush to clean pistol. Gotta wait for paycheck on 1st tho

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I own a SAR K2 .45, it was half the price of my next cheapest pistol and yet my favorite shooter.
I'm curious if this no-brainer priced 9 will out shoot my pricey 9's. I'M IN!

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I am getting a $29.74 shipping and there is no coupon
arouaround for the $19.74 shown

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Is it full size or compact size for carry

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I have the all-metal version of this, the B6 Hawk. Absolutely LOVE it, soft shooting and super accurate. I hear good things about the polymer and it seems you can't even find (new anyway) the non-polymer version anymore.

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Really didn't need another 9mm, but at this price for a SA/DA hammer fired pistol...after checking the online reviews I bought one to keep in the truck as a backup to my carry pistol. I have at least a dozen CZ-75 mags so if they fit, that's a bonus.

EDIT: Just wanted to note I ordered it less than 48 hours ago and it is at my dealer ready for pickup. I believe that is the fastest shipping of a handgun to my dealer I have ever experience. Accolades to CDNN Sports for such prompt shipping.

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Have the compact version, family member has the full size version, both love these guns, no problems whatsoever. Can't say the same for a friend that has the Tangfolio that looks similar but is not made by Sarsilmaz.

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And it uses CZ-75 mags, which are cheap, reliable, and plentiful. I really love this gun. It FEELS good in the hand, too. Unlike other double stack, polymer framed, 17 round guns, this one feels slim and slender in the hand. It's truly remarkable and a steal at this price. And no, I am not being paid or otherwise benefitted from people buying it.

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Excellent service style pistol, very reliable. Just wish it wasn't butt ugly XD

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Good gun. Completely reliable. Shoots very well. It is a decent CZ clone that I would recommend for anyone looking for a low cost gun. It is hard to beat this gun at this price.

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Is it striker or hammer fired

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It's just like a CZ-75. Hammer fired, double action/single action.

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Yes, also does not use a rotating barrel like the Grand Power.

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Looks more like a Grand Power k100, than it does a CZ 75

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The slide rides inside the frame on this gun just like a CZ-75. The Grand Power K100 has a conventional slide-over-frame design.

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I have this one and the K2P version and am very pleased with them for the money. Both have been extremely reliable.

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NO LONGER $237!!!
Went back up to $267
ARGGHHHH!

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Remember, only one mag and $249 + shipping if non member. Not saying it is bad, just realize. To me that is $290 delivered wit FFL fees. I bought a Smith &Wesson SD9VE a few weeks ago for $290 delivered with two mags. Weigh the value of buying US with good warranty and extra mag... Smith & Wesson all the way...

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Because labor is really, really inexpensive in Turkey.

The slides are pretty easy to machine, as are the barrels.
Polymer is cheap.

They don't pay any licensing fees.

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Turkish made,company seems to have a pretty decent rep.As with all things,do your homework before you buy.

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I have the compact version and love it. At this price grab it up and see for yourself

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In your view why is it so inexpensive? (Please don't say it's because it comes with only one mag. That alone can't tell the whole story.)

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It's likely due to their low cost of labor, fewer government regulations, polymer frame and not having to create the design themselves. This pistol is a virtual dead ringer for the polymer framed Italian Tanfoglio (EAA Witness in the US) which is a copy of the CZ75. This is not a "cheap" gun. If you buy it you won't regret it.

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I hear ya Bret, but there are other guns out there which meet that same description which are not this inexpensive. (Turkish, polymer, and a clone.) On further investigation this gun has a one-year warranty where a witness has a lifetime warranty.

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$247 out the door???? Is this gun made from paper mache?

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I can't believe you'd actually give a gun a low rating simply because of the low price. Would you give it a high rating if it cost $600? If you're ignorant to the facts, please ask questions. I own the compact version of this pistol and I can tell you from personal experience that it is definitely first quality. The machining is great and the cosmetics are too. The dots on the sights are large enough to be easy to see. If you like the CZ75 design, you'll like this pistol.

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I agree. The machining on my cm9 gen2 was flawless. SAR Arms makes some good guns from what I read from other people's post around the internet

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I did not vote this deal down so I don't know what low rating you are referring to. As for the paper mache comment that is some humor, nothing more.

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Good, reliable shooter, especially at this price. Only knock I have is the minor one that the slide is very narrow so difficult to get purchase on it to rack it.

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I agree 100%. I picked up a B6P a couple years ago for about this same price. At the time I knew nothing about the gun and was solely going off the recommendation from other users in the SG community. This is a $250 purchase I do not regret making!!! The gun has been next to flawless thus far (had a couple FT feed and FTE's early on), but nothing else since about the 50-75 round mark.

Also, and as you stated, the one complaint I too have about this firearm is the lack of real-estate available to grab the slide. However, the reason there isn't much space available on the slide is because of the exceptionally low bore axis created by the slide sitting in the frame rather than wrapping around the frame as is common with most semi-auto pistols. This arrangement provides less felt recoil and reduced muzzle rise (in my opinion) than other pistols of similar size and weight. Because of this, the size of the slide is something I have learned to live with. One thing to note...if you plan on using this or the compact model as your daily carry, you will want to practice (or re-practice if you feel you are already proficient) at malfunction drills. Not because the gun is prone to malfunctions, but because of the reduced size of the slide. If you get in a hurry, it is very easy to not get a good enough purchase on the slide to allow for a malfunction to be cleared or to chamber a fresh round.

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Interesting analsyis.

I echo about practice for the reason you list, i'd also add that as the SA trigger pull is so light in comparison to the DA, getting used to that can be interesting. My other pistol is DA only, and on occasion I've let off an unintentional double tap. Very happy with it even so.

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Who would give this a downside? This is the best handgun you can buy for sub $250. And at sportsmans guide you can pay it in 4 payments. No Brianer

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Is this another version of the Tanfoglio imported by EAA? Would the Tangfoglion really be worth the $30 more? Only dif is the rail on the T. I have a T and it rocks solid. No dremel. I guess I got lucky or the $30 was just worth it. But I was thinking of getting this one too and the $30 off would pay for shipping, transfer, and a box of ammo.

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The SAR B6P has a squarish polymer block in the back just reaer of the safety. On the new Wtness Polymer this has been smoothed out.

http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=10115498&highlight=sar#post1...

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