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The Canik TP9 Series Pistol Evolution
Jacob Herman from Century Arms visited Biloxi, Mississippi and as a result he joins Professor Paul in discussing the entire Canik TP9 Series Pistol line. You will learn about the origin of the pistol as well as some interesting facts about the design.
The TP9SA Pistol is first in line in this Canik TP9 series. Professor Paul and Jacob explain the purpose behind the feature you either love or hate, the de-cocker. You may be surprised by the thought process behind the design.
Following the SA we have the Canik TP9SF pistol. The XS Sights Big Dot is a popular add-on to to this well-machined, handgun.
Next in line in the Canik TP9 Series is the TP9SF Elite, the more compact version of the SF. This pistol is small enough to carry and big enough to fight with, as James Yeager would say.
NEW! TP9 SFT
Finally we introduce the brand new Canik TP9SFT pistol, the “T” is for Threaded. Can you guess what that means?
In conclusion, be sure to watch the video all the way through to the end, there is a ton of great information about the Canik TP9 Series in this short, and easy-to-digest video.
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