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Century Arms has rolled out a new version of its Canik TP9SFx pistol; this one comes in flat dark earth for some tacticool flavoring.

Tacticool TP9SFx

“Canik is always listening to the feedback received from consumers,” Jason Karvois, Century Arms’ Director of Sales, said in a press release. “Flat Dark Earth is a popular color choice for the military and tactical gear available today, making it an easy decision to bring this line extension to market.”

Built as a competitive shooting pistol ready to rock right out of the box, the 9mm TP9SFx in FDE sports dovetail sight cuts for Warren Tactical sights; 5.2-inch barrel; interchangeable backstraps; extended slide stop; extended magazine release; Cerakote slide; and a threaded hole on the optic mounting plate for use with an optional ambi cocking handle in competitive matches.

Century Arms says consumers will also have an option of buying the FDE TP9SFx with a Vortex Viper optic toward the end of May. The Viper easily mounts onto the slide and boasts a 6 MOA red dot. In addition, this gun ships out with two magazines with extended baseplates for a 20-round capacity.

The flat dark earth TP9SFx is available now. The MSRP isn’t mentioned in the press release, but it’s listed at $499 on a couple of different sites.

For more on Century Arms and Canik, visit CenturyArms.com.

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