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    no body quoted the price of TP9 yet also I want to know if I can buy the gun from Rawalindi r Islamabad (my licence is for KPK only)

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    Watch this video...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...f&notif_t=like

    From the 0:57 to 1:05 time mark, you'll see our fellow forum member, Ashes, blasting away 3 double taps with his TP-9. Such double taps would not be possible if the TP-9 had a bad trigger. Anyone who says the TP-9 has a bad trigger has either never owned the gun, or has never extensively shot the gun, or himself has relatively very poor trigger control.

    Here's Nutnfacy's review of the TP-9...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-DJbuBUEA

    The TP-9 is a VERY good gun and worth every penny you spend, however it isn't everybody's cup of tea. It has excellent ergonomics (what else would you expect from a gun which is a literal copy of the famous Walther P99AS), but admittedly the trigger does take a bit of getting used to. This does NOT mean that it has a bad trigger!

    As for price, last I checked it was for around 70K-75K in Lahore, so that should give you some idea about its price in ISB/RWP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnab View Post
    Watch this video...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...f&notif_t=like

    From the 0:57 to 1:05 time mark, you'll see our fellow forum member, Ashes, blasting away 3 double taps with his TP-9. Such double taps would not be possible if the TP-9 had a bad trigger. Anyone who says the TP-9 has a bad trigger has either never owned the gun, or has never extensively shot the gun, or himself has relatively very poor trigger control.

    Here's Nutnfacy's review of the TP-9...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-DJbuBUEA

    The TP-9 is a VERY good gun and worth every penny you spend, however it isn't everybody's cup of tea. It has excellent ergonomics (what else would you expect from a gun which is a literal copy of the famous Walther P99AS), but admittedly the trigger does take a bit of getting used to. This does NOT mean that it has a bad trigger!

    As for price, last I checked it was for around 70K-75K in Lahore, so that should give you some idea about its price in ISB/RWP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnab View Post
    Watch this video...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...f&notif_t=like

    From the 0:57 to 1:05 time mark, you'll see our fellow forum member, Ashes, blasting away 3 double taps with his TP-9. Such double taps would not be possible if the TP-9 had a bad trigger. Anyone who says the TP-9 has a bad trigger has either never owned the gun, or has never extensively shot the gun, or himself has relatively very poor trigger control.

    Here's Nutnfacy's review of the TP-9...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-DJbuBUEA

    The TP-9 is a VERY good gun and worth every penny you spend, however it isn't everybody's cup of tea. It has excellent ergonomics (what else would you expect from a gun which is a literal copy of the famous Walther P99AS), but admittedly the trigger does take a bit of getting used to. This does NOT mean that it has a bad trigger!

    As for price, last I checked it was for around 70K-75K in Lahore, so that should give you some idea about its price in ISB/RWP.
    sharing this link with seniors about Canik TP SA launched in 9mm and .40 caliber; Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman.baba View Post
    This URL is not working bro Please check .
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...f&notif_t=like

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    Aaahh....apparently the owner of the video has some viewer restrictions on it.
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    Geee Ahnab, you make me blush!

    I've asked the owner of the video to change the privacy settings so ppl may view it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnab View Post
    Watch this video...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...otif¬if_t=like

    From the 0:57 to 1:05 time mark, you'll see our fellow forum member, Ashes, blasting away 3 double taps with his TP-9. Such double taps would not be possible if the TP-9 had a bad trigger. Anyone who says the TP-9 has a bad trigger has either never owned the gun, or has never extensively shot the gun, or himself has relatively very poor trigger control.

    Here's Nutnfacy's review of the TP-9...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-DJbuBUEA

    The TP-9 is a VERY good gun and worth every penny you spend, however it isn't everybody's cup of tea. It has excellent ergonomics (what else would you expect from a gun which is a literal copy of the famous Walther P99AS), but admittedly the trigger does take a bit of getting used to. This does NOT mean that it has a bad trigger!

    As for price, last I checked it was for around 70K-75K in Lahore, so that should give you some idea about its price in ISB/RWP.
    AoA Brother.

    a friend of mine recently bought a Canik TP-9 and I don't where and how the trigger rumors originated but my experience with it is totally different. in my humble opinion, it probably has the best trigger in striker fired handguns.

    the trigger does feel a bit strange at first because it seems to be a two stage trigger which in itself is a safety feature.

    other than that, the fit and finish is pretty awesome in its class (that goes without saying).

    I however didn't like it decocker position but its mostly personal preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarius View Post
    But the question is where can one finds a Piranha ??
    i did not knew this ,its sad if this beauty is gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12GAUGE View Post
    AoA Brother.

    a friend of mine recently bought a Canik TP-9 and I don't where and how the trigger rumors originated but my experience with it is totally different. in my humble opinion, it probably has the best trigger in striker fired handguns.

    the trigger does feel a bit strange at first because it seems to be a two stage trigger which in itself is a safety feature.

    other than that, the fit and finish is pretty awesome in its class (that goes without saying).

    I however didn't like it decocker position but its mostly personal preference.

    Regards.
    Thank you for shedding a LOGICAL light on the TP-9! Like I said, the trigger simply takes a bit of getting used to; but after that, it's pretty sweet to shoot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarius View Post
    But the question is where can one finds a Piranha ??
    NIB at dealers are all gone ... unless one or two are not disclosing their stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnab View Post
    Aaahh....apparently the owner of the video has some viewer restrictions on it.
    then you download the video and upload on a free video site then share your own links
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman.baba View Post
    then you download the video and upload on a free video site then share your own links
    The video is working now.

    Good share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12GAUGE View Post
    AoA Brother.

    a friend of mine recently bought a Canik TP-9 and I don't where and how the trigger rumors originated but my experience with it is totally different. in my humble opinion, it probably has the best trigger in striker fired handguns.

    the trigger does feel a bit strange at first because it seems to be a two stage trigger which in itself is a safety feature.

    other than that, the fit and finish is pretty awesome in its class (that goes without saying).

    I however didn't like it decocker position but its mostly personal preference.

    Regards.
    I second here, gun is amazingly accurate ; fit / finish, tolerances are impressive. I complain only recoil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnab View Post
    Watch this video...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...f&notif_t=like

    From the 0:57 to 1:05 time mark, you'll see our fellow forum member, Ashes, blasting away 3 double taps with his TP-9. Such double taps would not be possible if the TP-9 had a bad trigger. Anyone who says the TP-9 has a bad trigger has either never owned the gun, or has never extensively shot the gun, or himself has relatively very poor trigger control.

    Here's Nutnfacy's review of the TP-9...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-DJbuBUEA

    The TP-9 is a VERY good gun and worth every penny you spend, however it isn't everybody's cup of tea. It has excellent ergonomics (what else would you expect from a gun which is a literal copy of the famous Walther P99AS), but admittedly the trigger does take a bit of getting used to. This does NOT mean that it has a bad trigger!

    As for price, last I checked it was for around 70K-75K in Lahore, so that should give you some idea about its price in ISB/RWP.
    Very good share bro .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashes View Post
    Geee Ahnab, you make me blush!

    I've asked the owner of the video to change the privacy settings so ppl may view it
    Sir good shooting keep it up . This is the second time I am watching you shoot . You are every where shooting is concern good job bro .
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmd View Post
    Sir good shooting keep it up . This is the second time I am watching you shoot . You are every where shooting is concern good job bro .
    Thanks boss!
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    canik TP9 SA Sootch00 review very nice..............

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTaXe...ature=youtu.be

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    Would love to compete, using this again
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    well Canik TP9 is available in peshawar for 57k, if anyone is interested. i was interested but then I chose to buy CZ duty

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