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  1. shot the 9mm Canik TP9SFx today- 124 grain bullet PF about 135- the installed parts (tungsten guide rod and wolff 14# commander length recoil spring) helped the muzzle rise vs the factory parts. Would recommend them if you are going to use this pistol for competition.
  2. If you are looking for a different holster try Concealment Express, they may have one and they are reasonably priced.
  3. have ordered both and waiting for them to arrive and test them- will post the results after I test the parts in the Canik TP9FSx.
  4. If that is the case I will try the W74 tungsten guide rod with a 14# wolf commander length recoil spring.
  5. I tried the sprinco guide rod assembly in my canik- it was only a little better in reducing the muzzle flip from recoil. Waiting to try the tungsten guide rod.
  6. take a look at concealment express holsters for your canik
  7. what tungsten guide rod did you install in the canik TP9FSx? i have one and the muzzle flips with a power factor of about 135 (124 grain bullet going about 1100fps)- what # recoil spring did you use? what manufacturer of recoil spring? did you cut any coils off of the spring? thanks. looking froeward to your response.
  8. i shoot 124 grain bullets at about 1100fps and have a power factor of about 135 in my 9mm Canik TP9FSx, how does this compare with yours? recoil? muzzle flip? it is the muzzle flip that I want to tame. what # recoil spring and manufacturer would you use for this combination?
  9. what # recoil spring do you use and what manufacturer of the spring?
  10. mine is a Blackhawk- pistol just fits in it nicely and it is padded with handles. It is not too large.
  11. who makes a tungsten guide rod for the TP9fsx? Mine has a lot of muzzle flip when firing- 135 power factor with 124 grain bullets. Need something to help!
  12. like sarge, I melted some old wheel weights and poured the lead into the hollow guide rod- was free. The weight is almost the same as a tungsten insert and a lot cheaper. Works great to reduce muzzle flip.
  13. I have been shooting a Ruger 22/45 and MK III for several years- has Volquartsen firing pin, extractor and trigger in both. C-more 8MOA railway gives a good sight picture. CCI mini mags, and Winchester Super-X X22LR run great as well as Ely. Clean the guns after every match. Rifle is Ruger 10/22 with Volquartsen extractor and firing pin. Trigger is done by clark custom guns. Hogue stock for better grip in summer when sweating. Same C-more on this also. Use same ammo. It is not the arrow but the Indian that makes a difference when you step up to the line.
  14. Have recently been using Eley Action Plus 42 grain in my steel challenge Ruger MKIII and 10/22. No problems with either gun using this ammo. Feeds well and have had no duds or misfires. Try it you will like it.
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