More Canik Love

More Canik love: Canik magwells in BRASS!
3X the weight of aluminum, a TF brass magwell absorbs recoil and balances out the TP9SF — giving it a much more “neutral” feel. (Most polymer-framed pistols feel “top heavy.”)

Max Canik Capicity!

MAX CANIK CAPACITY! Take your Canik mags all the way out to 27+1!

If you want more ammo, this is the ultimate available – and it works with our magwells.
Here at TF we’ve been looking at what’s needed to field a Canik Open racegun. The first item needed is a 170mm extension — because reloading is slow!

The Nydar 47

And you thought your C-More was cool. . .
Behold the “Nydar 47”.
A friend of the shop walked through the door the other day with this, the grandfather of all red-dot sights. In several ways, it’s basically an oversize C-more that doesn’t use batteries. My google-fu tells me this was patented and offered in 1945 as a shotgun sight (this one is mounted on a Remington 11). It’s a civilian offshoot of the first optical gunsights used on WWII fighters. Fragile, hard to zero, but it works. In normal lighting conditions, the reticle shows up remarkably well, and with no electronics involved whatsoever, I suspect it’s still as “bright” as when it was made — 70 years ago!