Canik TP8SF

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  1. Mar 19, 2016 #1
    oscars774

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    Decided to buy a Canik TP9SF as my early birthday present and so far I love the pistol. Took it to the range today and it shot great but after 200 rds got some Fail to eject rounds of Perfecta. So I broke it down and cleaned it and it worked fine. Anybody else experience any fail to eject on a TP9SA or TP9SF? Anyway here are some pics

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  2. Mar 20, 2016 #2
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    Nice shootin' oscar. And congratulations on yer new piece. The Caniks, nice as they are, are a little bit crude-er in build quality than the Walther P99s they're patterned after...some break-in may be required. That being said, I've yet to hear anything bad about them and given the price of 'em, a 2-300 round break-in is a good trade-off. They're already building a pretty solid fan base. A TP9 is up for consideration in my future as well, especially if I pick up the P99c I've got my eye on...same mags, neat-o.
     
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    Perfecta seems to be marginal in some pistols. Zero problems in my TP9sa with 235rds of WWB, and 45rds of my 124gr handloads that I'm developing. Well, my rear sight needs to be drifted a bit because POI is consistently 1" to the left of POA. Both of my Turkish pistols have had the same issue. Hmmm...

    Accuracy is good, though I'm still learning the pistol (7yds, WWB, holding front sight on right edge of circle on all but the top left target).

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    Anyways, still happy with it and I'll be using it for a defensive pistol course in the middle of next month. I'll be bringing the Beretta 92G BrigTac as my backup, though.
     
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  4. Mar 20, 2016 #4
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    GT Jon nice grouping I will use Federal ammo and WWB on my next outing to the range. I will also check my sights.


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  5. Mar 20, 2016 #5
    John A.

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    Only Canik that I have is an S120, which is patterned after the CZ75 rather than the Walther, so it's a different beast altogether, but I love mine and it's been really reliable. It's one of my favorite 9's nowadays. Even up there with the Beretta Centurion that I have.
     
  6. Jan 2, 2017 #6
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    I recently traded for a Canik TP9SF. Great trigger and all around sweet shooter. Other than my Springfields, it's quickly becoming one of my favorite range guns.
     
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    I can't stop taking it to the range and my mod 2 and Glocks are getting jealous


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  9. Jan 4, 2017 #9
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    Agreed. I like and use Perfecta. It has ran well in my 9mm as well as my .380. I have a little Carbine and of all the various brands of ammo I've tried in it, the Perfecta, so far, has been the only brand of ammo that can barely run the thing. I haven't had a failure but Perfecta seems weak so I quit using it in the Carbine. Even the Winchester USA FORGED 115 grain Steel Shell Case worked better in the Carbine. I wouldn't worry about it too much. If it is a new pistol and not used one, cleaning it seems to have rectified the issue. Nice shooting and nice pistol......Happy Birthday:cool:
     
  10. Jan 6, 2017 #10
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    Just in time...he's got another one coming up pretty soon.
     
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