TP9SFX Blackout - review from a Glock convert

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Re: TP9SFX Blackout - review from a Glock convert

Post by DSeifrit » Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:10 am

Shot the Blackout in the department “backup” qualifications today. Used 115gr federal American Eagle. 0 malfunction and a perfect score. I think the recoil spring just needed breaking in. I also added the larger backstrap because it seems to fit and function better for my hand that way.
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Re: TP9SFX Blackout - review from a Glock convert

Post by LT USN (Ret.) » Tue Feb 18, 2020 12:34 pm

DSeifrit wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:10 am
0 malfunction and a perfect score
Outstanding. Congrats!
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Re: TP9SFX Blackout - review from a Glock convert

Post by DSeifrit » Wed Mar 11, 2020 3:24 pm

I ran a bunch of the Winchester “USA Forged” steel case 115gr through the SFX today, and thus far, I haven’t seen any of the ammo issues (outside of initially breaking it in) that folks have been complaining about. It seems that the newer Caniks have been adjusted for the American market and non NATO pressure ammo common in the states.

On a related note, I’m not sure I’d recommend this ammo for anything serious, but I picked up 500 rounds at a local Academy Sports for $70. It’s dirty, and it likely won’t store well long term (steel rusts). However, for training ammo, 14 cents around ain’t too shabby.
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