This is a discussion on Quick Question within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just wondered, does anyone on the board own a Sarsilmaz KAMA?? What do you think of it?? I have one and love it! It's a ...
Just wondered, does anyone on the board own a Sarsilmaz KAMA?? What do you think of it??
I have one and love it! It's a heavy chunk of steel and extremely accurate. Never a malfunction, but what do you Think about CC or OC with this weapon?
Some crazy looking firearms for sure!
The one posted is about 36 oz!
I'd use it. If you can deal with the weight, and it's reliable, you should be fine.
Very interesting looking pistol, never heard of that manufacturer before. Weight would be a big CC problem for me. It is HEAVY !
"but what do you Think about CC or OC with this weapon?"
Locating a decent carry holster for it might be problematic at this time.
Nice pistol! progressive design. Who is the US distributor? where can you buy them? They have a nice tactical shotgun also.
I think you should stick with the mainstream stuff. To quote a friend in the business: "There is a reason why the Glock is so popular".
The list goes on and on. There are plenty of great mainstream companies making plenty of good products. Why go out on the fringe for something you might need to survive.
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Never heard of them before. But that is one 'pretty' gun...
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It's definitely a cool looking gun! So what's it retail for? Where can you buy one here in the US? I don't remember seeing one of those in any gun store I've been to.
The brand is carried by Academy Sports and Outdoors... but I've only seen O/U's and some CZ-75 clones.
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From the slide / frame configuration, it appears to be a CZ75 clone of some sort. As such you might be able to find a holster.
I'd just go with a CZ instead of a knock off.
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It IS a CZ clone, made in Turkey, a country you may not favor, but one which does have a fine firearm reputation over the years. Academy had them for sale for about $449, I think. Mine was used (very little) and I paid $329 for it. I use one of my old belt slide holsters for it and it works fine. I'll check the make and model and post it when I get back to TX. Just dropped my youngest at Vanderbilt U. in Nashville.