Canik USA recently unveiled their new micro-compact pistol, the Canik METE MC9, which makes it the smallest gun in the Canik lineup. The new Canik METE MC9 is slightly smaller compared to the sub-compact, the TP9 Elite SC, with the MC9’s 3.18-inch barrel, 1.12-inch width, and a reduced overall profile. The MC9 comes with both a 12-round and 15-round magazine, which are compatible with the SC mags. The Canik METE MC9 also features an ambidextrous slide stop, and is optics-ready with a Shield footprint.
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The following description and specs of the METE MC9 are from Canik’s website:
The Canik Mete MC9 is chambered in 9×19 mm with a capacity of 12+1 and 15+1 (both magazine options included in the standard packaging). The MC9 supports an overall length of 6.1 inches, a width of just 1.12 inches, a height of 4.52 inches (with magazine), a barrel length of 3.18 inches, and an unloaded weight of a mere 21.2 ounces. The Mete MC9 comes optics ready with 100% co-witness capability. Each Mete MC9 comes in a hard case and includes the two magazines, an inside the waistband holster, 3 sized backstraps, tool kit and punch, speed loader, pinky rest, and cleaning kit. The Mete MC9 will be initially offered in black, flat dark earth (FDE), and two tone black/fde.
12 and 15 Round Magazines
(1) Finger Extension Magazine Base Plate
Canik Punch & Tool Kit
Cleaning Brush and Jag Rod
(3) Grip Backstraps
Gun Lock & Manual
Despite not having an official release date yet, Canik USA has already listed the MSRP of $439.99, and comes as a “plug and play” concealed carry package complete with an included holster. You can find the full specs and information on the MC9 HERE, or view all of Canik’s pistols on their main page, CanikUSA.com. All images are from Canik’s website.
What do you think about Canik’s new METE MC9 micro-compact pistol?