Used Price: $185.47
New Price: $242.98
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dennis m on Canik TP9V2
I purchased the TP 9 about 8 months ago and had no complaints, except the trigger, which I adapted to. I was hesitant to buy the TP9 SA because of the decocker. I know Canik listens to its customers and tries to improve their firearms based on our feedback. I knew they where coming out with the v2 and SF, I liked the TP9 so much and based on caniks reputation to please its customers I wanted to see what improvements they made with the V2. WOW, its like a totally different feeling gun. They did do modifications on the trigger, its a totally different experience. I would put this gun up against anything on the market today They changed the ergonomics,noticeable so and the sights tight and bright even though not note sights. Accurate to the bone out of the box no sight adjustment needed. No malfunction at all through 300 and 4 different types of ammo. I'm writing this because I can't find any reviews on this gun anywhere. If anyone has any complaints, I have no idea what it would be except it's too inexpensive. You can't buy a gun at this price point with all the goodies as well for twice the money. I do wish the mags where interchangeable, but they are with the TP9SA. These guys listen make a quality firearm and have no idea how they can do it at this price. You can please some of the people some of the time but not all the people all the time someone will find something they don't like, then go spend twice the money and get less of a gun. Just can't go wrong. ...more
Solid pistol, well made, reliable, and fun to shoot. However, do not dry fire it! I like to dry fire my guns to get used to handling, trigger pull, reset, etc. Generally this is not an issue. However, this pistol breaks firing pins regularly and quickly if dry fired without a snap cap in place. Once I started using snap caps the problem went away. Century replaced the firing pins under warranty (I had three break on two different guns) but shipping sometimes took several weeks. Since one has to dry fire the SF version of the gun to take it down this is an issue, especially since less than 50 dry fires resulted in pin breakage on one occasion. Perhaps this is the real reason for the SA and DA versions? I still really like the gun, just don't dry fire them. ...more
This is the second one i have purchased, it is a great gun for the money. Great for the range, i never had a problem with it, i lost count on how many rounds but it was allot. Fits in the hand great, manageable recoil and i really like those19 round mags, comes with two. Only complaint i had with it is before you break it in the trigger is gritty, the break is awesome and consistent but that DA is gritty. ...more