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The Canik TP9v2 and TP40v2 pistols are dimensionally the same as the original TP9 pistol with several improvements. The grip has been textured, the front strap straightened, the palm-swell has been extended and the trigger guard is been squared. These changes give the gun much better accessibility for a gloved hand. The accessory rail is now mil-spec and the sights have a smoother Novak style profile. The slide has a Cerakote finish. While the version 2 still has a striker status indicator at the rear of the slide, the loaded-chamber indicator on the top of the slide has been dropped.
This cartridge was developed as a joint venture between Winchester and Smith & Wesson. It was an effort to to create a cartridge with the same power as the 10mm Norma round that the FBI had just started using, but in a shorter case. The shorter cartridge would facilitate accuracy and allow use of a smaller, more comfortable grip frame. The .40 S&W has become the cartridge of choice for many law enforcement agencies in the United States.
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