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Tisas at SHOT 2023

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Some shots of the booth in the main hall, will add others as we combine resources back in Knoxville.
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Nice but not nice enough to buy another Tisas like the 2 I now own. At least it looks different and some new features unlike a new Glock..... that is just like the old Glocks but a different number engraved on it.
*** Not a Glock hater either as I have a few.
 

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I may like one but Tisas has only pictures?

It would be good to go to a range and actually have one available to test against the best guns in the world?
 

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What is wrong with buying a pistol made in the USA?
Nothing, in fact many would encourage it. But there is also nothing wrong with buying a Turkish made gun that competes favorably with domestic offerings. After all, your purchase does support the LGS and the importer.

It would be good to go to a range and actually have one available to test against the best guns in the world?
I get it, but you can say that about any 1911 manufacturer. (foreign or domestic) You can't go to the local range and try out the vast majority of domestic made guns... few have more than 1 or 2 1911's in the rental fleet.
 

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Nice that it has a forged frame.
what is used on the sear? Disconnecter? Hammer? Mim or tool steel?
Tisas USA says they are transitioning to all machined tool steel parts and that currently the only remaining MIM part is the recoil spring cap.
 
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