CIA HG3774GVN CANIK TP9SFX 9MM 20R BLACK VIPER

CIA HG3774GVN CANIK TP9SFX 9MM 20R BLACK VIPER

Part Number: 44220 Manufacturer: Century Arms Manufacturer Part Number: HG3774GVN UPC: 787450465749
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    Century's TP9SFx striker fire pistol comes with standard dovetail sight cuts, single action trigger, and a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail. This model features Warren Tactical sights with a red and green fiber optic front. The rear sight is installed in a removable red dot cover to eliminate interference with certain red dot sights. It includes four red dot interface plates. It has a match grade barrel, loaded chamber indicator, reversible ambidextrous cocking lever, extended ambidextrous slide stop, and reversible magazine catch with two additional sizes. It includes two magazines, polymer holster with paddle/belt attachment, interchangeable backstraps, cleaning rod, and a brush. This TP9SFx has a black polymer frame, a Tungsten Gray Cerakoted slide with forward slide serrations and lightning cuts, and a Viper Red Dot.

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    Ready to race, out of the box! There are several YouTube reviews, but from my perspective, just grab it. Totally customizable, down to the size of the mag release button (three sizes!). Optics plates for Doktor, Trijicon, Mepro, etc, but the installed Warren Tacticals aren't bad by themselves. For a striker-fired pistol, the trigger is nothing short of excellent; better than some of the tricked out Glocks I've fired. (Sorry Glock fans, it really is that good!) I'm not a fan of 'plastic' holsters, but the unit included does have decent adjustability and retention. I've had mine for over a year now, and still love it. You won't go wrong with this set up. Great as a shooter, an addition to the collection, or for 3-Gun competition!
    Reviewed by Richard  P
    6/8/2018 4:37:06 AM

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