Canik Unveiling New TP9 Elite Combat Executive at NRAAM

Canik TP9 Elite Combat Executive
Canik TP9 Elite Combat Executive

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.-(Ammoland.com)- Canik, manufacturer of handguns and accessories used around the world and imported to the U.S. exclusively by Century Arms, is proud to announce the all-new TP9 Elite Combat Executive.

Based on the 2019 TP9 Elite Combat utilizing performance upgrades designed by Salient Arms International, the Executive features a distinctive gold barrel by Salient, fluted, match-grade, and PVD-over-nitride coated, and a black polymer frame topped with a nitride-coated jet black slide. The Executive is suppressor ready with 1/2 x 28 RH threads.

The TP9 Elite Combat Executive includes the new flat-face aluminum trigger with a black full-face safety. The optics-ready slide comes with an optics mounting plate and charging handle. A side-reversible, extended magazine release and additional backstrap for customizing the fit is included in addition to a new retention holster with Slide Lock Release.

The slide, barrel and small steel parts are nitride-coated while internal components are nitride or high-wear nickel-coated. The Salient collaboration includes the barrel and thread protector, an aluminum Speed Funnel magazine well, and sight set with fiber optic front sight. A 15-round magazine with a +3 extension for a total of 18-rounds is included.

A limited quantity of the TP9 Elite Combat Executive are being produced. This exceptional handgun has an MSRP of $749.99 and is shipping in early May.

Attendees of the 2019 NRA Annual Meeting can be among the first to see the new pistol by visiting Canik in booth #2007 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 26-28.


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  • 8 thoughts on “Canik Unveiling New TP9 Elite Combat Executive at NRAAM

    1. Canik excellent gun,fast,and very strong shooting. İt is best balanced gun i think, when my hand come closer ,it feels coming to me. When i get it i feel i am a pistol actobat

    2. With the Tariffs we’ve imposed on Turkey, how are they able to get products to the US?

      The pistols are as good as any and better than quite a few. Ultimately, the responsibility for keeping Erdogan as head of state lies with Turkish voters. He wants to be an Ayatollah in an Iranian type Islamic Republic. If the Turkish citizens sit by while he accomplishes that they’ll only have themselves to blame.

      And as far as terrorism, wake up Glockophiles, whose pistols are used more worldwide? For those who don’t wear blinders, we’ve already discovered who makes the better pistol. For a Glockophile to call a Canik TP9 series pistol ugly . . . ? Sounds like someone’s a bit insecure.

    3. Caniks are good, but they’re produced in Turkey so buying a new one pumps up Turkey’s military industry. Not a good thing to do considering how despotic and Islamist Turkey has become.
      If you’re going to buy one, buy used, or you’re essentially funding terrorism.

      1. Well thanks for at least crediting Caniks with being good guns before launching into your anti-Turkish virtue signalling. Personally I hate AKs but not just because they’ve been the gun of choice for every terrorist on the planet courtesy of the old Soviet Union. If they were decent rifles I’d still buy one.

        1. Complaining about Turkey’s military industry is not “anti-Turkish”, it’s anti-Turkish government. Turks aren’t really all that responsible for what their government does.

      2. Canik also makes parts for Boeing and Airbus planes, so are we supposed to stop flying? Buying a good quality pistol to possibly prevent an act of individual terrorism is my primary purchasing goal. The money from ALL sales of Canik pistols is not even a drop in the bucket for a government.

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