Canik Debuts New Low-Cost TP9SF ONE Pistol Line

Canik this week announced a new subset of their TP9SF 9mm pistols that are more budget-friendly while still having all the features users want. The two new guns in the ONE line are both TP9SF models, one a full-sized pistol with a 4.46-inch barrel, and the other deemed an Elite version with a more compact 4.19-inch barrel. Both have a black Nitride finish on the barrel and slide over a polymer frame with a MIL-STD-1913 under-barrel accessory rail. The standard model ONE TP9SF is an 18+1 capacity handgun that is 7.55-inches long overall. MSRP is $299.

Standard Canik ONE

The Standard Canik ONE has an 18+1 round capacity

The Elite ONE TP9SF is slightly shorter, running 7.28-inches overall. As it is also about a half-inch shorter in height, the pistol has a 15-round flush-fit magazine. Notably, it also has front slide serrations, which the standard model does not. MSRP is $329.

TP9SF Elite-tile

The shorter and more compact TP9SF Elite ONE has an MSRP of $329.

Each model includes Warren Tactical sights, one magazine, one additional backstrap, a hard plastic case, and the same limited lifetime warranty as on other Canik handguns. “The ONE Series provides a proven product at a great price,” said William Sucher, Century Arms’ VP of business development. “With Canik already being one of the most affordable and reliable handgun lines on the market, this creates an even easier entry point for new shooters, first-time concealed permit holders, and seasoned shooters who haven’t yet had the Canik experience.”

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