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Century International Arms TP-9 Handgun

Item # 729436
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Key Features

  • Chrome-Lined Forged Barrel

  • Ambidextrous Safety

  • Click-Adjustable 3-Dot Sights

  • Cocking Indicator & Accessory Rail

  • Interchangable Backstrap

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Product Description
century_arms The TP-9 is an exciting, polymer-framed, striker-fired, 9mm pistol made in Turkey by Canik55 and designed with reliability and ergonomics as top priorities. Outer steel parts are poly-coated to prevent corrosion and to help lubricate the slide and frame. The TP-9 also features a black chrome-lined, cold forged barrel, an ambidextrous top-slide-mounted decocker for super-safe carry, a click adjustable 3-dot sighting system, a cocking indicator, and a front accessory rail. The TP-9 comes from its ISO 9000 certified factory in a strong plastic case, with two 18 round magazines for plenty of self-defense firepower. A spare backstrap is also included for fit flexibility.

Model TP-9
Type Handgun
Action Semi-Auto
Action Type Double Action Only
Caliber 9MM Luger
Barrel Length 4"
Weight 1.65 Lbs.
Sights Adjustable 3-Dot
Finish Blued/Polymer
Grips Polymer
Capacity 18 + 1
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