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TriStar's T-120 features a aluminum frame and steel slide with a Tungsten Cerakote finish. The frame has a bottom rail and black polymer checkered grips. Its slide has a rear dovetail sight with a fixed blade front sight. This model has a comes packaged in a hard plastic case with two Mec Gar magazines, cleaning kit, and a gun lock.

Type Pistol
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm Luger
Barrel Length 4.7"
Capacity 17+1
Safety Manual
Grips Black Polymer
Sight Configuration Blade Front, Dovetail Rear
Weight 30 oz
Frame Finish Gray Cerakote
Frame Material Aluminum
Barrel Type Steel
Slide Description Gray Cerakote
Case Type Hard
Sight Style Contrast
Barrel Length Range 4.00" to 4.99"
Weight Range 16.00 oz to 31.99 oz

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Comments and Reviews (31)

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Too many other great guns in this price range. Tristars are quality products, if you are looking for hammer fired, safety, da/sa design. What I didn't like about them was the single action trigger pull wasn't as good as a striker fired gun. So I would have to disengage the safety only to have an average trigger. Blah..

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What a muslim terrorist produced junk. U want cz, buy real cz. I had it, didn't impress me much. Sold it in heart beat. Never will support Turkish built junks. Turkish is alighted with terrorist support groups. Shame on all Americans who support their products!!!!

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Made in turkey, the Islamic nation calling for a caliphate and the destruction of Israel and the west. Why give them your money, they want to kill us and rape our women.

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Nice, but I don't want to be a 'member' of 'the gun buyers club'.

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Ummmmm, in what universe is this a Glock clone?

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Great gun, but I'd look at a glock 21 before purchasing a glock clone.

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I own 2 Glock 21 and they both will stay out of battery if the slide is racked back just a fraction of an inch with a round in the chamber and fully loaded mag

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Your wearing your helmet to tight

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Wtf

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It's deffinantly not a glock clone, it's a cz clone.

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Rice, please stop lying. Clearly, it's a Glock clone. It has the standard Glock aluminum frame. The patented Glock beavertail, and the iconic Glock "hole" in the hammer. Lest we forget the legendary pinned front sight as all Glocks have. And the trigger, that's "classic Glock". Finally, the take down is a complete Glock copy. Wait, the manual safety is a 100% clone of the Glock.

Okay, all sarcasm aside, it does appear to have that Glock feature of the magazine not filling the back of the mag well at the bottom.

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It IS a GLock clone.Look at the hammer.Right in the same place as my GLock...no wait a second...

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I paid $220 new two years ago. No way this junk is worth that much. Cz is truly the real deal.

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Agree, paid 329.00 five years ago at Academy and have had several jams, failures to extract. I think the coating causes residue to build up way too fast.

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I saw one of these used at a gun store recently, the machining on it was ROUGH to say the least. Not sure if they have improved in recent years but if they're anything like what I saw I'd be seriously concerned about firing one.

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I own one, the fit and finish is not a CZ. But they are very reliable. Have about a thousand rounds through mine until I put up in the safe in favor of a new Mp becuase a gunsmith fucked up the finish and sights really bad. Only malfunctions I had were from some cheap Bosnian steel case ammo that also locked up a glock and an sr9. They are very functional guns.

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Ebay, Amazon, CZ grips fit perfectly

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Ebay, Amazon, CZ grips will fit perfectly.

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I have P100 and T120, love them, I would like to buy C100 but sold out every where.

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I would suggest the P120 instead of the C100, but keep in mind that the P120 is a big gun, the good part is that it’s all steel.

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The C100 has the aluminum frame so it’s lighter in weight than the P100 which is all steel and feels better in the hand than the C100, so save yourself some cash and enjoy the P100

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Very cool looking Jericho clone - I've been eyeballing one for years, but how is the seller? It looks like you have to pay a fee to join their club just to buy from them at all.

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One of my favorite firearms I own, and it’s definitely the one I’ve had the longest. I’ve had it and the compact version for years.

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It’s a tack driver, I love mine .

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I have one, and I’ve shot it side by side with the CZ SP01. It’s lighter and has a steel guide rod. It has interchangeable parts with the CZ and it’s half the price.
Liked the TRISTAR so well I got a shotgun.

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From all the research I’ve done on them, supposed to be awesome. I’ll probably have one someday.

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OK gentlemen, anybody own one of these? Are they reliable?

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Yes, they are good. These are Canik guns which are also branded as TriStar. Several of Canik's handgun models are offered by TriStar.

Here are several reviews.

- TriStar T-120 by MrGunsNGear

- TriStar T-100 by Sootch (Shorter barreled version of the T-120)

- Canik/TriStar Pistols by MAC

You will find lots of reviews if you do a search on Canik or TriStar. The TriStar T-120 is sold as the Shark-FC by Canik. Canik sells a model with a ported barrel as well.

TriStars are CZ-75 clones. The TriStar S series are clones of a standard CZ-75. The T series are designed to look like Jerichos (also a CZ clone). The C-100 is modeled after a CZ-75 Compact. The P-100 is modeled after the CZ P-01. Some are all steel. Some are aluminum. All have a good reputation.

The review videos above note that many of the parts are interchangeable with CZ-75s including sights, grips, and magazines.

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It has cerakote finish. Get you one, and get G10 grips, very nice gun.

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Where you get your G10 grips at?

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