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New B6C Compact Pistol Colors

Auburn, AL- March 23, 2020 – SAR USA by Sarsilmaz, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of firearms, is pleased to announce the introduction of new B6C compact pistol frame colors: Flat Dark Earth and OD Green. 


“Due to an overwhelming demand from loyal B6C enthusiasts for new color variations, we are excited to be able to provide two new popular colors,” said Todd Pearson, COO of SAR USA. “To us, here at SAR USA, the feedback from our loyal dealers, distributors and customers speaks volumes. We value them as partners and will always strive to fulfill their requests.”

A longtime favorite of NATO, security and law enforcement agencies around the world, the hammer-fired B6C compact is a lightweight, single action/double action semi-automatic pistol designed and engineered to provide reliable service for many years. Offered in 9×19 mm, the SAR B6C features a 3.8” hammer-forged barrel, polymer frame, high-quality steel slide, stainless matte finish, fixed style 3-dot combat sight, manual thumb safety and integrated spur hammer. The B6C comes standard with two 13+1 magazines or 10+1 for capacity restricted states.

With its compact look and feel, the SAR B6C is extremely well balanced in your hand. A low-profile slide of an incredible .7 inches makes the B6C quick-pointing and easy to shoot, making follow-up shots easier with speed and accuracy. The SAR B6C is an excellent choice for anyone who’s looking for a dependable semi-automatic handgun for self-defense or everyday carry. The SAR B6C is also offered in black and stainless matte finishes.

To learn more about the complete product line from SAR USA by Sarsilmaz, please visit: www.sarusa.com.

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6 thoughts on “New B6C Compact Pistol Colors”

  1. “Due to an overwhelming demand from loyal B6C enthusiasts for new color variations, we are excited to be able to provide two new popular colors…”

    That’s one color for each enthusiast, isn’t it?

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  2. Sometimes I think Turkey and Israel are having an undeclared war over who can sell the ugliest plastic guns to America. Not sure which one is winning…

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  3. The Tanfoglio legacy lives. I had an EAA Witness years ago when I was young and newly married that was inexpensive and functioned very well. These will probably have a street price of under $300. For a hammer fired CZ clone, that’s a good buy. When the Boogaloo boogs, every good American should have a quality pistol, regardless of their income tax bracket.

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    • hoping your’s works faultlessy.

      tanfos have always been pretty and racey guns, suffering italian workmanship and qc truble just like alfa romeo cars, very much depending on their fav soccer club’s sunday results and their canteen chefs’ lunch pasta dish recipe.

      seen them to disintegrate or disassemble too often, the guns and the cars.

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