Canik just announced the release of their newest pistol meant to compete with the P365 series and Springfield’s new Hellcat pistol. All in all, it’s looking like it’ll be a great year for new gun releases as companies announce new guns early in the season.
This pistol is being called the TP9 Elite SC, and looks like it’ll be great for concealed carry purposes.
So far what we know about this new pistol is that it’ll have an MSRP of $429, is chambered in 9mm, and has great capacity. It comes with a capacity of 12+1 or 15+1.
The price point is excellent for what you’re getting and will likely have a street price under the $400 point. Some of the other features are as follows:
- 2 size back straps
- Blacked out rear and phosphorous front white dot sight
- Micro red-dot plate that’s able to be co-witnessed
- Ambi slide stop
- Front serrations
- MIL-STD accessory rail
- Concealed carry holster with reversible IWB or OWB clips
It looks like the 12-round magazine comes as flush with the option to install an included pinky extension on it.
The dimensions on this pistol are as follows:
- Barrel is 3.6 inches
- Overall length is 6.71 inches
- Height is 4.57 inches
- Width is 1.45 inches
- Unloaded weight is 24.52 ounces
I’ve got to say that I’m excited for this one, as the price point is fantastic and Canik’s pistols are usually great shooters. You can read Eve’s review on her Canik TP9 SA, here. Also, find out more information on this pistol on Canik’s website.
Leave your thoughts in the comments below, and stay tuned as I attempt to get one of these to do a review on.