Today, Canik USA released their new Mete series of pistols to the market. The new pistols are built upon the Canik TP9 SF and Canik TP9 SFx platforms. Canik engineers have gone back to the lab and taken consumer feedback to refine the shooting experience with these two new pistols. The new Mete series of pistols is named in honor of Mete a Turkish military hero. Mete is credited for creating the world’s first army over 2,000 years ago. Mete is properly pronounced “met-a”. The name Meta is used as an abbreviation meaning: Most Effective Tactic Available.

The Mete series will offer two versions, the SFT and SFx. The pistols are mostly the same besides a couple of features. The Mete SFT features a 4.7’-inch barrel while the Mete SFx has a 5.2’-inch threaded barrel. Besides the barrel and the windows on the SFx these guns are functional the same. Both pistols come optics-ready with co-witness 3-dot sights, flared magwells, redesigned beaver tails, double undercut on the trigger guard, and aggressive grip texture to round out the features. These Mete pistols both come with full kits to round out the whole experience.

Below, is the press release from Canik in regards to their new Mete series of pistols.

Press Release

The Evolution of Superiority” has arrived! The Canik brand of firearms is proud to unveil the latest innovation in pistols with the Mete (pronounced Met-A) series of handguns. The Mete name pays homage to a legendary Turkish hero. This line of pistols undoubtedly lives up to its namesake. Building off of the TP series success, the evolution of this line is based on consumer and engineering feedback that were not only desired enhancements but also functional improvements. The Mete series is the culmination of years of tireless testing and engineering resulting in a truly impressive end result!

The first two pistols being released in the Mete series are the Mete SFx and the Mete SFT. The changes in the Mete series were all designed to take a great product and elevate it to the next level of semi-automatic sporting pistols. The external changes are subtle but are instantly recognizable when handling the firearm. An integrally flared mag-well allows for fluid reloads and extra support for the grip, new aggressive texturing to include the front of the grip allows for increased stability, the double undercut trigger guard secures the support hand on the firearm, the low profile slide stop lever and angled rear sight edge increase functionality in a multitude of situations, a co-witnessing optics ready slide cut now accepting everything from a Trijicon RMRcc all the way to a micro optic allows for a constant and reliable sight picture, an ergonomically redesigned beavertail for comfortability, and a holster fit-and-lock (HFL) system for retention in the holster. The internal changes begin with easy in / easy out push pins that can be removed using slight pressure and the Canik punch. From there the entire platforms internals are modular in a sense that it can be completely disassembled and then reassembled with ease using only the aforementioned Canik punch.

Each pistol comes standard with the following items: A hard case, 18 and 20 standard capacity magazines, magazine E-Z loader, mag-well, extra back strap, two optics plates, reversible IWB/OWB holster, Canik punch and toolkit, cleaning kit, gun lock, and manual. Many Canik accessories are interchangeable between the TP series and Mete series to include barrels except for the Mete SFx barrel which has been extended to 5.2” for increased accuracy and velocity.

The Mete series of pistol’s MSRP has been established to continue the tradition of great value for an even better price with the SFT set at $519.99 and the SFx at $574.99. “The Canik Mete series is the result of taking the time to hear what the firearms community has asked for, figuring out how to incorporate these requests into our platform, and ultimately how to make the best sporting firearm for the price on the market today. The Mete truly is the evolution of superiority” said Canik USA marketing director Adam Ruonala.

The Mete SFx and SFT are now shipping to distributors and dealers across the country and more information can be found about these and other Canik products at

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