Presenting the decocker-less version of the TP9.
When Century Arms started importing the Canik TP9SA I wanted to get my hands on one. When I finally did, I found that I really liked all the features the gun had; the grip angle, how the grip felt in my hand, the magazine release. And yes, I even liked the decocker feature. Now, granted, a decocking mechanism makes better sense on a double action pistol if you are going to use it for a carry gun, but it depends on the desired use of the pistol.
Tim from the Military Arms Channel gives us a first look at the newest version of the TP9 direct from Canik, the TP9-SF.
This version of the TP9 makes for a better carry option since it comes without the decock mechanism that was on the TP9-SA.
According to Tim, Century Arms hopes to start importing this pistol by next year. They are in the process of getting all the approvals.