I haven't seen any turkish westerns, but maybe you can find bootlegs somewhere.
Here's some more info:
[i]The flourishing trend of non-American Western films in Europe, particularly those from Italy, created a huge impact on many countries' cinema markets. Turkish Cinema was no exception -- many producers followed the lead and produced a number of Westerns. Turkish cinema audiences liked Westerns and the arrival of the Leone films created a lot of interest. Some of the Turkish Westerns, produced between 1965 and 1972, were fairly nice, but many were made just for the sake of making money. Although the exact number of Turkish Westerns is unknown, best guesses range from 20 - 40.
Many prominent stars of the day played in these films, and many of the stories were stolen from foreign counterparts -- many were also lifted from the comic books we used to read like Tom Mix, Tom Braks, Red Kit (Lucky Luke), etc.
Flimsy coustumes and decors reflected the limited budgets. These were the days when importation was constrained and film producers did not have a solid infrastructure in Turkey. The films were partly shot at locations in Istanbul, Denizli and Goreme.
Kucuk Kovboy (Ringo Kid, 1972) directed by Guido Zurli and starring Cuneyt Arkin and Ilker Inanoglu, is in my opinion one of the best of the Turkish Westerns. Filmed at Cinecitta Studios in Italy, it has a consistent story line and good photography. It should be noted that many of the Turkish Westerns "borrowed" music from the Spaghetti Western films.
I was stunned when I learned that the majority of Turkish Westerns have been lost -- the companies went bankrupt and the negatives were burned along with their sold properties. The Turkish Cinema has come a long way since then, and recently displayed some major world-class productions. But, as Western film lovers, we will remember these films as weird and different contribution to the Genre.