Canik is proud to announce Canik Pro Shooter, Corinne Mosher, took top honors winning High Lady at the 2017 Rockcastle Pro Am 3-Gun Championship. The 7th Annual 3-Gun Match was held at the Rockcastle Training Center at Park Mammoth Resort in Park City, Kentucky from August 18-20, 2017.
"I felt confident in each and every shot that went through my Canik TP9SFx," said Corinne Mosher, Canik's Pro Shooter. "3-Gun is about options and it was comforting to know that each time I chose to shoot my TP9SFx, it would function flawlessly and reliably which ultimately led to my High Lady win."
Over the course of 2 ½ days, pro shooters were faced with 8 challenging stages designed by former and current 3-gun champions. Competing with her Canik TP9SFx 9mm pistol, Mosher was able to steadily earn high scores in each course of fire earning her the award of High Lady. Corinne's next competition will be the Lucas Oil Pistol Caliber Carbine World Championship, September 1-3, in Timbers, Missouri. To keep up with Corinne and her competitions, visit www.facebook.com/corinnemoshershooting
The Canik TP9SFx, 2017 Industry Choice Awards Winner for Handgun of the Year, arrives ready for competition right out of the box. The slide is optics ready, with four red dot interface plates, along with dovetail sight cuts that hold and set Warren Tactical sights. The striker-fired, polymer frame pistol additionally features a 5.2" match-grade barrel, two magazines with extended baseplates to provide a 20-round capacity, interchangeable backstraps, an extended slide stop, extended magazine release and a threaded hole on the optic mounting plate for use with an optional ambidextrous cocking handle designed for use in competition.