Promag Industries' double-stack 18-round magazine for the Canik TP9 9mm pistol is for those situations where more is definitely better.This Canik magazine is constructed from blued-steel that has been heat-treated. ProMag uses a spring wound from heat-treated chrome-silicon wire for strength and reliability that won't lose its tension no matter how long the magazine is left loaded. DuPont's Zytel polymer; a material both lightweight and heat-resistant enough for use in car engines; makes up the follower, lock plate and base plate of the magazine.
Features and Specifications:
ProMag Canik TP9 9mm Magazine 18 Rounds Blued Steel
Capacity: 18 Rounds
Body Material: Heat Treated Steel
Spring Material: Heat Treated Chrome-silicon Wire
Follower Material: Polymer
Follower Color: Black
DuPont Zytel Polymer Follower, Lock Plate, and Base Plate
Posted by George Pickett on 2nd May 2021
I purchased 3 mags and they were perfect. No feed or fit issues. Top quality with a great price.
Posted by Bill on 26th Mar 2021
Magazines look and feel like good quality magazines. Brass cased ammo seems to load and function fine in them. Steel cased ammo doesn't work well in them at all. The magazines jam up and then ammo just rattles around in them. Stick with brass cased ammo and you should be ok. I wouldn't use these for other than range use though.
Posted by Saul Velasco on 19th Nov 2020
It'll do the job, So glad I found it when so many other sites/stores have No Stock.
Posted by Mike on 16th Nov 2020
I received my two magazines today. I have not had a chance to test fire with the magazines, but they cycle flawlessly when racking the gun manually. They fit into my gun perfectly, and slide out reasonably smoothly by gravity when the magazine release is pressed. No pulling or twitching required. The reasons I removed a point were two.
1) The tops of the magazines are fairly sharp. Because of this you have to be careful when loading the last few rounds in the magazine, especially if you don't have tough skin on the ball of your thumb.
2) There are manufacturing marks on the backs of the magazines, as well as a welding bead, so they have an -unfinished- look to them. They also don't have holes in the back of the magazine, so you can't visually see how many rounds are in the magazine.
If I needed magazines and couldn't find OEM's I would purchase these again.