Century Arms now shipping Canik TP9SFx competition pistol

The TP9SFx, the latest addition to the Canik handgun lineup, is now shipping and will soon be available at major retailers, Century Arms announced Thursday.

The competition-ready pistol is chambered in 9mm with a 20+1 round capacity. Weighing 1.83 pounds, the TP9SFx boasts a 5.2-inch barrel with an 8.27-inch overall length.

Designed for competition shooters, the pistol is optimized for competitive shooting right out of the box. The slide is “optics ready” with four red dot interface plates. It also features standard dovetail sight cuts that hold Warren Tactical Sights. Additional features include interchangeable backstraps, an extended slide stop, extended magazine release, Cerakote finished slide and a threaded hole on hte optic mounting area for optional ambidextrous cocking handle.

“The TP9SFx is purpose designed to be an ‘out-of-the box,’ race-ready and ultra-reliable platform for competitive shooting,” said William Sucher, Vice President of Century Arms, in a statement. “It features, among many things, the smoothest trigger of any pistol in its class along with Warren Tactical Sights and the ability to easily mount the most common reflex-style red dot optics.”

Inside the box shooters will find the TP9SFx, two magazines, a polymer holster with both a paddle and belt attachment, cleaning rod and brush.

The Canik TP9SFx features a price point of $549.99.

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