Corrine Mosher Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Turnuvasını Kazanmıştır.

Canik is proud to announce Team Century Arms & Canik Pro Shooter, Corinne Mosher, won the title of High Lady in the Tactical Irons Division at the 2017 Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Championship. The 3-Gun Match was held at the Rockcastle Training Center at Park Mammoth Resort in Park City, Kentucky from October 19-21, 2017.

"Blue Ridge Mountain 3 Gun is famous for its level of difficulty, where guns and shooters are pushed close to their physical limits," said Corinne Mosher, Canik's Pro Shooter. "Once again, my Canik TP9SFx ran flawlessly without a single malfunction, even when my grip strength was exhausted. Having reliable firearms is essential to being successful in competition and my TP9SFx has been key to my success."

Blue Ridge Mountain 3-gun Championship was designed to test each competitor's shooting ability over the natural terrain of the foothills of Kentucky. Over the course of 3 days, pro shooters' abilities were put to test in 3 challenging stages each day, with all three of their firearms of choice. Competing with her Canik TP9SFx 9mm pistol, Mosher was able to consistently succeed in each stage earning her the award of High Lady in the Tactical Irons Division. Corinne's next competition will be the 2017 Red Oktober Kalashnikov Championship, October 28-29, in St. George, Utah. To keep up with Corinne and her competitions, visit

The Canik TP9SFx, 2017 Industry Choice Awards Winner for Handgun of the Year, arrives ready for competition right out of the box with a suggested MSRP of $549.99. 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.