I have a Canik tp9sf that I used for years in USPSA and IDPA without a failure, very accurate as well.
Moved to a Walther PPG5 Match, but the Canik was as good, minus the extra $$$.
I now have an Elite as well, and my wife has an EliteSC.
No problems with any of them.
Can't go wrong with a Canik.
I'm not racist.
I've had several black friends and coworkers, one asked me to be his new-born son's godfather.
I held all of them in high regard.
But I see this stuff, day after day, week after week and it's really hard to stay that way.
If 2 individuals, with 2 guns kill the wife and son, why would they leave the 2 guns behind then flee?
There's a lack of direct, forensic evidence linking him to the shooting, it's all circumstantial it seems.
But it's all pretty questionable.
When I lived up there (in AZ now) I purchased from the classifieds. I still look, but since no one mentions shipping, I buy from individuals on the S&W forum.
Back then, dealers didn't take over that area like they do now.
So I look for chuckles, to see what outrageous prices people are selling...
I have a Canik TP9sf that I used in IDPA and USPSA.
My wife, who also shoots, tried the trigger, loved it and then got an Elite subcompact.
I figured "why not", so I got an Elite compact.
We now have 3, the triggers are great, accurate, no malfunctions, and easy to handle.
Side note: we also...
This doesn't impact me at all, I left that pit state years ago. I can walk into any shop, buy any damn gun and any capacity mag I want..
But why even post this if the shop is not identified?
Shops get away with this crap because no one will point the shops out.
If you're not going to stand up...
For years I've used Ziploc plastic bags, labelled with what gun they are for. The bags then go into a large plastic bin.
I have 2 bins, one labelled "9/40", the other ".45". When I go to the range, I reach into the bin and grab the bag for the gun I'm taking.