Just recently discovered the Canik 55 line of pistols from Turkey (The Turks make some fine guns) and have been hearing nothing but good things about their fit, finish, and function.
has 2 series: The Shark (a Baby Desert Eagle clone, available in compact or compensated full-size) and the 120 (A CZ75 clone, available with steel or alloy frame). They both function on the CZ75 design making them very rugged and accurate. And the best part? They're less than $450.
OEFVeteran, on 10 March 2013 - 03:23 PM, said:
Fn took these studies and developed theur handgun line, ans the SCAR rfles, to have a delayed recoil... this smooths out the shot, decreases the felt recoil of a larger caliber, and allows for a faster follow up shot... meaning, with the proper trainging, yoh will be more accurate with an fnx hand gun then most others due to its operation. Its called delayex blowback... the slide take longer to come out of battery, and has a longer slide travel, then tradaditional hand guns.
I thought the FNX had a short-recoil operation, as it was more-or-less an updated Browning Hi-Power. I know it's slide does travel significantly further than similar handguns to decrease recoil, but I don't think it can be considered a delayed blowback like it's fellow FN, the Five-seveN.
This post has been edited by Antonious: 10 March 2013 - 06:18 PM