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Century Arms Arms TP9SA Pistol 9mm 18rd Black

Century Arms Arms TP9SA Pistol 9mm 18rd Black

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Century Arms TP9SA Semi-automatic 9MM 4.47" Polymer Black 18Rd Cold Forged Barrel HG3277-N

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Century Arms TP9SA Semi-automatic 9MM 4.47" Polymer Black 18Rd Cold Forged Barrel HG3277-N

CANIK USA
SA SERIES
•Finish: Black Cerakote
•SAO Trigger System
•Trigger safety
•Ambidextrous decocker/safety button on top rear of slide
•Rear cocking serrations
•Loaded chamber indicator
•Dovetail 3-dot Sight System
•Width: 1.3"
•OAL: 7.5"
•Wt.: 29 oz.

COMMON PISTOL FEATURES
•Striker-fired
•Full-size ergonomic polymer grip frame w/integral M1913 Picatinny rail aggressive grip texturing serrated trigger guard & interchangeable stippled backstrap
•Stippled frontstrap
•Black controls
•Dovetail white dot sights
•Match-grade button-cut barrel
•Striker status indicators
•Reversible mag catch
•MIL-SPEC Phosphate primary finish w/secondary Cerakote® finish
•Limited Lifetime Warranty
•Easy take-down lever
•Includes (2) MIL-SPEC PVD coated mags (2) backstraps (w/tool) polymer holster w/paddle & belt attachment options cleaning rod & brush mag loader gun lock
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Century Arms
SKU GAG_RES-CAHG3277-N
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber 9mm
UPC 787450268999
Model No
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number HG3277-N
Accessories No
Barrel Length 4.5"
Finish Per Color Black
Capacity No
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 7 item(s)

impressed with the trigger
Excellent trigger right out of the box. Compares too my ppq. Accurate. measured recoil, as expected, this is a full size gun. De-cocker, not an issue.or at least no more then on a sig, or a safety on any gun. The trigger is where this gun shines. Almost as light as the ppq. Waiting for the compact or subcompact to come out. Very good affordable all around gun, for the home, in the car, or for the range. I've had this for a while now and have a couple thousand rounds through her. An still going strong.
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Review by AL / (Posted on 12/5/16)
impressed with the trigger ,
4/ 5stars
Excellent trigger right out of the box. Compares too my ppq. Accurate. measured recoil, as expected, this is a full size gun. De-cocker, not an issue.or at least no more then on a sig, or a safety on any gun. The trigger is where this gun shines. Almost as light as the ppq. Waiting for the compact or subcompact to come out. Very good affordable all around gun, for the home, in the car, or for the range. I've had this for a while now and have a couple thousand rounds through her. An still going strong.
Better than Glock
I've had two of these pistols for about 2 years now. I also have a G19. I would pay pay Glock pricing and still choose the TP9. For me, it's perfect. I shoot better with the TP9 over any of my guns. Rock solid reliability through thousands of rounds.
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Review by CJ / (Posted on 11/11/16)
Better than Glock ,
5/ 5stars
I've had two of these pistols for about 2 years now. I also have a G19. I would pay pay Glock pricing and still choose the TP9. For me, it's perfect. I shoot better with the TP9 over any of my guns. Rock solid reliability through thousands of rounds.
Get one before the price goes up!
This has become about my favorite 9mm and cost me the least. The trigger beats any striker fired trigger out there. I love my PPQ it has an amazing trigger, but this Canik trigger has even a tad less pull then the PPQ. Its an amazing deal for all you get for the price! Awesome handgun!
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Review by David / (Posted on 2/9/16)
Get one before the price goes up! ,
5/ 5stars
This has become about my favorite 9mm and cost me the least. The trigger beats any striker fired trigger out there. I love my PPQ it has an amazing trigger, but this Canik trigger has even a tad less pull then the PPQ. Its an amazing deal for all you get for the price! Awesome handgun!
Canik tp9sa
Very accurate pistol but I would not recommend for some one with weak wrists my wife could not shoot it with out it jamming but it shot great for me I think a to heavy recoil spring is to blame she shoots her glock fine no problems grabagun was awesome as they usually are
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Review by Matthew / (Posted on 6/2/15)
Canik tp9sa ,
4/ 5stars
Very accurate pistol but I would not recommend for some one with weak wrists my wife could not shoot it with out it jamming but it shot great for me I think a to heavy recoil spring is to blame she shoots her glock fine no problems grabagun was awesome as they usually are
Worth every penny...
Fit, finish, feel are great. It may not be as 'sexy' as a PPQ or VP9 but for $200 less it'll do just fine. I've only put 100 yards through it (Speer Lawman) and it functioned fine.
Shot tight at 15 feet but high and left by about 4 inches at 35 feet, which is what one review I read said. I thought it took Beretta 92/M9 magazines but learned it was a bit of "misinformation" from Century. But they did confirm that aftermarket sights for the Walter P99/PPQ will work on the Canik with minimal mods.
Overall, I like it. I like it a lot and wouldn't hesitate recommending it.
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Review by Browncoat / (Posted on 2/11/15)
Worth every penny... ,
4/ 5stars
Fit, finish, feel are great. It may not be as 'sexy' as a PPQ or VP9 but for $200 less it'll do just fine. I've only put 100 yards through it (Speer Lawman) and it functioned fine.
Shot tight at 15 feet but high and left by about 4 inches at 35 feet, which is what one review I read said. I thought it took Beretta 92/M9 magazines but learned it was a bit of "misinformation" from Century. But they did confirm that aftermarket sights for the Walter P99/PPQ will work on the Canik with minimal mods.
Overall, I like it. I like it a lot and wouldn't hesitate recommending it.
Excellent Pistol at an Excellent Price
I'm happy that the saying "The bitterness of low quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten" does not apply to the Canik TP9SA. I own a 1st generation TP9 and although it is a great gun and has functioned flawlessly for me, there are noticeable improvements to this design that are evident as soon as you pick the pistol up. The trigger is on par with my HK VP9, Steyr L9-A1, and Walther PPQ. I actually like the decocker on this pistol, and it only takes moving the slide back about 1/2 an inch to reset the firing pin. It feels solid, shoots like a dream, and you can't beat the price for all it comes with. An excellent addition to my collection. For an in-depth review I'd recommend viewing the video review by Sootch00 on YouTube.
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Review by Xenobones / (Posted on 12/22/14)
Excellent Pistol at an Excellent Price ,
5/ 5stars
I'm happy that the saying "The bitterness of low quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten" does not apply to the Canik TP9SA. I own a 1st generation TP9 and although it is a great gun and has functioned flawlessly for me, there are noticeable improvements to this design that are evident as soon as you pick the pistol up. The trigger is on par with my HK VP9, Steyr L9-A1, and Walther PPQ. I actually like the decocker on this pistol, and it only takes moving the slide back about 1/2 an inch to reset the firing pin. It feels solid, shoots like a dream, and you can't beat the price for all it comes with. An excellent addition to my collection. For an in-depth review I'd recommend viewing the video review by Sootch00 on YouTube.
A lot of gun for the money
The Canik 55 Model TP9-SA pistol is a hell of a lot of gun for the money. Imagine the Ergonomics of an XD, and the trigger of a PPQ.

Out of the box I ran ~200 rounds of bulk fmj and had 10 yard shots landing on three inch targets, It shoots at least as well as I do.

I can't yet attest to the reliability, but some of the big name reviewers have good things to say and I've had no failures yet.

The only issues I can think of involve warranty and repair service. Its not a big name with a established reputation, I have no idea if or how they support their products, it's as of yet untested.

I paid $350 after all was said and done, and its good enough to beat any Glock XD or M&P I've put hands on.
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Review by Mitch / (Posted on 11/24/14)
A lot of gun for the money ,
5/ 5stars
The Canik 55 Model TP9-SA pistol is a hell of a lot of gun for the money. Imagine the Ergonomics of an XD, and the trigger of a PPQ.

Out of the box I ran ~200 rounds of bulk fmj and had 10 yard shots landing on three inch targets, It shoots at least as well as I do.

I can't yet attest to the reliability, but some of the big name reviewers have good things to say and I've had no failures yet.

The only issues I can think of involve warranty and repair service. Its not a big name with a established reputation, I have no idea if or how they support their products, it's as of yet untested.

I paid $350 after all was said and done, and its good enough to beat any Glock XD or M&P I've put hands on.