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Thread: Canik 9mm Pistols

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    Quote Originally Posted by YVK View Post
    Don't know enough about durability etc but as a shooting instrument it doesn't suck at all.
    Based on a few I've seen, that's a fair statement.
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    Very impressed with their triggers, recoil impulse was good. I rented a TP9 SF elite a few years back, overall was pretty surprised by how good it all felt and shot. This is when you could get them for sub $400 everywhere. Good quality magazines too. I would pick one up if I saw it on sale.
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    Saw this today. Canik TP9SA Mod.2 9mm-$349.99. Free shipping.
    https://www.kygunco.com/Product/View?ItemNo=142590
    Buy It Cheap!
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    Picked up a TP9 SC Elite instead of milling my 26, impressed all around with the Canik so far 2kish rounds in.

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    Sportsman Outdoors is having a sale on them right now.

    https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperst...ns/brand/CANIK
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    Quote Originally Posted by YVK View Post
    With the investments that Canik made in US market I don't think it will disappear.
    I would have thought so as well, but they seem to have dropped their CZ75 clones. They were great quality at a pretty low price, so I don't understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    I would have thought so as well, but they seem to have dropped their CZ75 clones. They were great quality at a pretty low price, so I don't understand.
    SAR USA seems to have picked up that baton:

    https://www.sarusa.com/product/2000-series/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater View Post
    SAR USA seems to have picked up that baton:

    https://www.sarusa.com/product/2000-series/
    good find, thanks.

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    It seems odd, but I'm glad to here it. I have several. They're good pistols.

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    No doubt, they are great pistols at an exceptional price.

    BUT!

    Given Turkey's currents trajectory with Erdogan as their fearless Anti-Ataturk, I see (more) major problems in the future.
    If they can be excluded from a multi billion dollar project (JSF), I see little hesitancy cancelling Turkish weapons imports into the US.
    It can and may happen.
    Leaving owners without parts and support.
    This is and always has been my 2nd major consideration when considering a (new) 'platform; - certainty of customer support and parts/aftermarket supply.
    Which is a BIG questionmark in this case.

    Just my $.02
    Last edited by polydeuces; 08-17-21 at 10:35.
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