Among the other pistols in the TP9 series, is one of Canik’s newest pistols: the TP9SF. Fans already know that Canik was imported to the U.S. from Turkey by Century Arms International, with a fresh face for the U.S market. The SF stands for “special forces” in this particular model, similar to the TP9SA, however, with a removed decocking mechanism. This pistol, although not the newest on the market, stands up in comparison to the Glock 17. See for yourself, then browse our Canik TP9SF concealed carry holsters.
The TP9SF is a double-stack, striker-fired pistol featuring a reversable magazine release, and a loaded chamber indicator. It comes standard with industry dovetail sight cuts which are compatible with a variety of aftermarket sights—the standard sights are Warren Tactical sights with a dot front sight. The TP9FS also comes with a MIL-STD-1913 picatinny rail to mount your favorite tactical light, lasers, and other accessories.
This pistol also comes with an improved single action trigger, that, as reviewers state, “The newbie shooter will not feel it, but for someone accustomed to tuned weapons, it will feel slightly heavy.” But after a few rounds the heaviness of the roughly 5lbs trigger pull is no longer felt. The take up is uncommonly long with an audible reset.
In the box, this pistol comes with two 18-round capacity magazines—which are AFC coated—a poly holster, paddle/bet attachment, and cleaning tools and brushes. The TP9SF also comes with interchangeable backstraps for a tailored grip to fix almost every hand size. The grips themselves have a slight sandpaper-like texture with stippled front and back straps. The pistil itself is coated in Cerakote over phosphate to resist corrosion.
Among Canik’s many different pistols, the TP9SF is perfect for a beginner wanting a reliable, pragmatic pistol for their first concealed carry pistol. Browse our Canik Kydex holsters above.
Weight: 28.5 oz. empty
Cost: $419.00 MSRP