Picked up the TP9SFx this morning. Did a little shooting.
Thought I’d compare it to my other budget beauty.
First, a bit of information on my heavily modified G2c.
Lakeline LLC SS guide rod assembly
Lakeline LLC SS striker guide
Lakeline LLC SS 3.8" threaded target barrel
Keep Tinkering Straight SAO trigger
TruGlo TFX PRO Tritium Night Sights
Lakeline LLC SS 1/2 x 28 Micro Compensator
Running 17 round G3 magazines with filler sleeves
Total cost: About $660
Now the TP9SFx. Straight out of the box, costs $540.
The features and options are tremendous at this price.
At this point, I see no need for modifications.
I shot both of these today, both slow-steady and rapid-fire.
Surprisingly, the G2c was the better shooter all around.
Maybe the extra $400+ I put in it, was justified, after all.
Or it could just be that I’m way more familiar with the G2c.
The Canik has a slightly better trigger, but more muzzle rise.
The Taurus was definitely faster getting back on target.
And I think Taurus did a better job on comfort and control.
Overall, I’m still very pleased with my new purchase.