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    The Tristar C100 is a fine gun. One advantage with a manual safety is easier detail strip to polish the internals.

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    I'll have to give the Tristar a close look. Nothing but good endorsements here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kahrbrian View Post
    The Tristar C100 is a fine gun. One advantage with a manual safety is easier detail strip to polish the internals.
    And that is a fact. The decocker models are much more difficult. The manual safety version is much easier.
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    Bawanna, I don't see you carrying a 9mm concealed for self defense anytime soon, so I'm going to recommend a CZ 75 B or a CZ 75 SP01.
    These are full size, all steel guns. They are a delight to shoot, accurate and reliable. I'd open carry one (like on hikes and such) in a chest or shoulder rig. I like the longer barrels they have to get a little more out of 9MM and I appreciate the magazine capacity.
    In the following photo, I have the magazines swapped around from how they came from the factory. That's the SP01's 18 round mag in my 75 B.

    If you do go with one (btw, there is a SAO version of the 75 B), ask MB (AIRret) about the trigger work she had done on her SP because it has a great trigger!
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    Good points Greg and right in line as the Canik I was looking at was a full size match type gun. Holds like 18 rounds. Full size.

    I like the looks of both of those. Hard pressed to decide which I like best. First was the 75B but the SP kind of sings too.

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    Pick my own hours as many as I want. So the gun fund might be adding up slowly but faster than it has been for sure.

    Department is kind of in caos, who knows could be full time soon.
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    Yep, get what Greg said too.

    I ordered me one of those 85c triggers like on that 75b (or that may be the ďthickĒ trigger you have there) Iíll be installing in the next couple of days to try out. Canít wait to try it.
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    This is the grip cover I used.

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    Iíve got TractionGrips on all my pistols, you canít beat them


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