The Canik TP9 has been a successful pistol. The first run of them was abysmal but the TP9DA, SA, SFX, and Elite are some of the best well-rounded striker-fired pistols to come to the market under $400. Canik is making a quick detach TP9 stock to convert the Canik into a stabilized rifle.
As you can see in the photos above, the TP9 stock is a big piece of polymer and it snaps onto the grip of any TP9 pistol. No tools necessary and you can remove it just as easy as putting it on.
I attached the TP9 stock to their Elite TP9
The bottom of the stock has a Picatinny rail. I believe this is partially due to laws in Europe. It may be illegal to attach a light to a gun. I heard something about being able to attach a light to the bottom of a magazine so this might be part of that loophole.
While attaching lights is not an issue for us, attaching a stock is unless you have the tax stamp to convert the Canik into an SBR. But before you start filing those Form 1s, take a closer look at this setup. I found the butt pad of the stock to be too small and narrow. But the biggest issue is the lack of a cheek rest. I have to chin weld this setup.