Home Handguns Gun Preview: Canik Stingray C 9mm Handguns Gun Preview: Canik Stingray C 9mm By - July 24, 2013 20 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ I reviewed the Canik TP-9 back in December and liked the Turkish P99ish import. Now we take a look at another budget-minded Canik knockoff, their Stingray C CZ 75 clone. Full review to follow. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR West Virginia Police Say Woman With CCW Stopped a Mass Shooting, Saved Lives Apex Tactical’s New Affordable Polymer Action Trigger Enhancement Kits for GLOCK Gen3 and Gen4 Pistols Beretta Updates Their APX Platform With the New APX A1 9mm Pistol 20 COMMENTS I just bought a tristar T-120 (I.E. Canik). It even says “canik” on the side. While I’m not sure of the relationship between the two companies (N.A. Subsidiary, perhaps?), I will say that the Tristar/Canik is a great gun. Reply You’re right, this is almost an exact clone of the P-01 Reply I scored a stingray -c off of gunbroker for $285 last month!! It takes standard CZ75 mags, but it is bear trying to put night sights on it. I do like it, even if it is heavy. great gun for the price Reply I bought a Stingray C on a whim a few months ago and it is a fantastic gun (for about half the price of its CZ cousin) . I almost like it more than my CZ-75b. It is a total boat anchor, but all that metal does wonders to soak up recoil. It is a very well made, albeit heavy 9mm. It has become my wife’s favorite range toy, and she has always been more of a wheel gun type. Reply Thanks for the quicky review, I’ve been eyeballing this for a while now, and I think this would make a very fun range toy. Reply thanks for commenting on the video as well, helps with the adsense rev. Reply so, umm, is that your gf in the video or just a good friend. Reply Dumb question This isn’t a Glock, a Sig, or a 1911. How are supposed to have fanboy arguments about this? Reply Canik vs Tanfoglio vs authentic CZ. Go. Reply You forgot EAA, Armalite, and Jericho. Probably more, but I can’t think of them at the moment… Reply Tanfoglio pistols are sold in US as EAA. I think you are correct, they are also marketed by Armscor/RIA IIRC. I suppose it is the same as saying that Century Arms is the same as Canik 55…\Shrugs/ Oh good another eastern European gun to add to my budget firearms list. After 750 rounds through my Zastava CZ 999 scorpion this weekend and nary a stoppage, I have a new found affection for all-metal European side arms. From my experience, they tend to be well made guns with a SNS price tag. Now should I buy this, or that FEG HiPower clone Ive been eyeing… Reply I’ve had one of the for about 9 months now and love it. It does weigh a ton but there’s little recoil and I’ve yet to experience a malfunction. I’m looking forward to the review. Reply I don’t know about the clone but though I’m a 1911 (we prefer the term) aficionado I have loved a CZ-75 (b) long and well. I hadn’t thought of it before in such terms, but perhaps my affinity for 1911’s extends to other full sized all steel pistols. Hmm. . . that explains my 92 Berretta fetish. . . Reply Some places say it’s 1.7Lbs, others say it’s 2.3Lbs… which is it? My P7M8 weighs 1.7Lbs, but only carries 8+1 rounds… 13 rounds in a steel gun at the same weight seems decent, although I’m more of a plastic fantastic kinda guy, especially for concealed carry… Reply Their site says it weighs 940 grams. In American, that’s 2 lbs., 1.2 oz. Reply Anyone looking for a very similar pistol in a lighter package, check out the Sar B6PC. Reply I am having night sights installed and already added VZ Custom grips. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.