Century Arms is now shipping out the Canik TP9SFT handgun. This model was developed in response to consumer demand for a suppressor-ready TP9-series pistol.
Chambered in 9mm, the Canik TP9SFT sports a threaded 13.5x1mm left-hand twist, match grade barrel. It also includes Warren Tactical suppressor-height sights, with a fiber optic front sight. In addition, Century Arms says the barrel and sights will soon be available for those who own a TP9SF and want to upgrade it for suppressor use. Meanwhile, a load chamber indicator comes standard, as does the striker status indicator; reversible magazine release; enhanced single action trigger; and Picatinny rail for accessories.
“The TP9SFT is a natural evolution for the Canik TP-Series with the increased interest we’ve seen relating to suppressor ready platforms,” said Jason Karvois, Century Arms’ director of sales, said in a statement. “We listen to our customer base and are focused on offering the variants that they are looking for.”
The TP9SFT ships out with one 18-round and one 20-round magazine. A polymer holster with a paddle and belt attachment is also included. So too are two interchangeable backstraps; cleaning rod; brush; magazine loader; plastic carrying case; and a limited lifetime warranty.
MSRP on the Canik TP9SFT is $519.99. Features and specs are below. For more from Century Arms, go to centuryarms.com.
Canik TP9SFT Features
- Threaded barrel 13.5x1mm LH
- Dovetail sight cuts compatible with aftermarket sights
- Warren Tactical suppressor sights with fiber optic front sight
- Match grade barrel
- Loaded chamber indicator
- Striker status indicator
- Improved single action trigger
- Reversible magazine catch
- Cerakote over nitride
- MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail
- AFC magazine coating
Canik TP9SFT Specs
- Sku: HG4067-N
- Color: Black
- Caliber: 9mm Luger
- Capacity: 18/20+1 rds.
- Barrel: 4.98″
- Overall Length: 8.09″
- Height: 5.92″
- Width: 1.3″
- Weight: 1.68 lbs. unloaded
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