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    Default Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Anybody have an opinion or comments on the TP9SA and/or TP9SF? Looking for thoughts from people who own them or have shot them. How is holster selection (kydex or leather OWB)? Thank you!
    "The Constitution is the guide which I will not abandon. - George Washington

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    I have one of each. I really like both of them. Very nice triggers. If you are looking to buy now then get the SF, sights are easily swapped with a Glock rear and S&W front. This pistol reminds me a lot of shooting a H&K VP9 but without the paddle mag release. I have nothing but positive experiences with mine.

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    I have a TP9SA, currently 2 ft away on the desk, and I'm very happy with it. I have 280-300 rounds through it with zero issues, mostly 115 gr FMJ. It's comfortable for me, solid, and accurate. It does have a very nice trigger, smooth with a nice crisp break and a very short reset. It came with 2 mags and a Kydex retention holster, I've never looked for any other options since I don't carry it.

    I thought it was a good deal when I got it, and still do. It's a lot of gun for the money.
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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Thank you! The TP9SF is a possible next candidate on my purchase list.
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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    I have owned them all , but what I want is a TP9SF compact. That's what I really need. Mine are over 2000 rounds now zero issues.
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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Been looking into these as well, I think I am going with the TP9SF and load up on a bunch of high cap mags. Lowest price I have seen was on preppers gun shop online $369.99.

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyFlyer5 View Post
    Been looking into these as well, I think I am going with the TP9SF and load up on a bunch of high cap mags. Lowest price I have seen was on preppers gun shop online $369.99.
    $349.99 with free shipping
    http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.as...K&groupid=6804

    Spare mags are $24.95
    http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.as...nes&groupid=16

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Now what I want form Canik is a TP9SF compact with a 16 to 18 round capacity. The Canik is an outstanding performer that is reasonably priced. If Canik takes to long to produce one I am sure I will end picking up the Gisran MC28 SAC striker fired compact from Zenith Firearms.
    www.EastonFirearmsRefinishing.com Owner/Operator, NRA Pistol Instructor

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    Nice looking pistol and seems like a good option for budget minded shooters.

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    Default Re: Canik TP9SA and/or TP9SF?

    Bump!

    Any more opinions on these guns?
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