Gun Report

Century Arms TP9SA HG3277-N 9MM Luger, $346

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A-
It was reliable, and the trigger action was the better of the two guns tested. We would have liked better accuracy.

Century Arms TP9SA HG3277-N 9MM Luger, $346

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
Recreational
Competition
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Weight Unloaded
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Magazine
Slides
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Overall Height
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Back Strap Height
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Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The pistol field-strips easily enough, using two comfortable spring-loaded levers under the ejection port for breakdown. We liked this system better than the Glock type used with the Diamondback.
Bottom arrow: The slide lock lever is a particularly good design feature, we felt, but the decocker (top arrow) on the upper slide is of dubious value.
The rear sight had two white dots and a bar. The striker is uncocked here, with no red tip showing.
The TP9SA comes with a holster, spare magazine, and lockable box - a good accessories package.

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