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The TP9SFL comes with industry standard dovetail sight cuts, improved single action trigger, and a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail. It features a match grade barrel, loaded chamber indicator, striker status indicator, lightening cuts on the slide to reduce muzzle rise, forward slide serrations, and reversible magazine catch. It includes two magazines, polymer holster with paddle/belt attachment, interchangeable backstraps, cleaning rod, and a brush. This Canik model has Warren Tactical sights with a dot front, black polymer frame, and a black Cerakoted slide. It comes with a 18-round magazine.

Type Pistol
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm Luger
Barrel Length 5.2"
Capacity 18+1
Safety Loaded Chamber Indicator
Grips Black Interchangeable Backstrap
Sight Configuration Warren Dot Front Tactical Set
Weight 29.9 oz
Frame Finish Black
Frame Material Polymer
Barrel Type Match Grade
Slide Description Black Cerakote
Barrel Length Range 5.00" to 5.99"
Weight Range 16.00 oz to 31.99 oz
UPC#: 787450434783

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Comments and Reviews (17)

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I should have bought the tp9's when they were going for 289.... poor decision on my part. Great guns

Does this come with instructions for making a homemade Bomb vest ?

Does anyone know which terrorist organization your money goes to when you buy this?

Which terrorist organization do you know from Turkey really

The DNC

KKk

Didn't think someone would be offended for the KKK, but apparently gc1008 is.

Smh

One of the best shooters I own.
Highly recommend.

I’ve been looking at these for years but cant figure out what the different models are. It’s like they release a new one every week

Own 3 Caniks, TP9SA, Stingray C, and TP9SFX, all are great shooting pistols. My carry pistol is Glock 19 but IMHO I would not hesitate to carry any of them. I would assume this TP9SFL is no different. You can rarely find a negative review on any of these Caniks, unless someone giving a bias unsubstantiated claim or opinion. Fact remains, for this new branding of Canik, you can't go wrong for adding this to your collection. -R

Hi,
How are their triggers?
Did you ever measure trigger pull weight on any of those you own?
How is trigger pull compared to your glock?
I am seriously looking into buying this one but I could not find much info about their triggers.
Thank you

I have not used my trigger pull-gauge on them. But from my experience, the break seems par with the Ghost connector in my Glock. The reset is excellent, almost immediate on release. There is a light travel but breaks like glass. This is on all 3 models I own. The Stingray C has a long metal "crescent moon" shape trigger similar to Tangfoglio or Hi-Power, and is SA/DA hammer fire, but is still excellent to shoot. The SFX is well worth the money, but they all are worth it to me. :-)

Thanks!

Whats the differencw bwtween this and the tp9sfx? Just the slide treatment?

SFX has the cut out for red dot.

Coyote says that coyote loves this gun. Buy it and try it.

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