Best Red Dot Sight For Canik TP9SFX – Reviews w/FAQs

Canik TP9SFX is the premium handgun in the TP series. Designed by champions for champions. Such a glorious gun surely deserves a glorious sight to be paired with.

This is where the trouble comes in. Unlike selecting this gun, where you just buy it because you know you are buying this exact model, choosing a sight for it is much harder. You have too many options that can easily confuse and distract you.

Don’t let that dishearten you. You are here after all. I promise you, you are not returning empty-handed from here. That’s right, in this article, we are going to share some of the best red dots for Canik TP9SFX with you guys. Without further ado, let’s jump straight into it.

Best Canik TP9SFX Red Dot Sights [Editor’s Pick]

1. Trijicon SRO Adjustable LED 2.5 MOA Red Dot Sight

If you want premium optics with a premium feeling and a premium price tag, SRO got you covered in all of those areas. Trijicon knows how to grab the attention of the market at every price point. From entry-level sights to beasts like this, Trijicon is really versatile.

The SRO is made out of aluminum. There is a single-piece lens present on the sight. The lens is fully multi-coated. You can feel how premium it is by simply holding on to the sight. The overall weight of the optic is very light as well.

The objective lens diameter of this sight is 20mm. That’s enough for a reflex sight with unlimited parallax. You can view it from any angle and any distance. You won’t notice any distortion at all. It’s big enough for glasses users as well. Controllable illumination makes this sight even more appealing.

Where is this sight made?

In the USA.

Does this sight come with a mounting plate?

It doesn’t.

Can you use it with on TP9 SFX?

You can.

2. Vortex Optics Razor Red Dot Sight

So far, we have seen the Razor HD series making riflescopes and binoculars. They made a spotting scope under that banner as well. It’s one of the few times where an optic from Vortex is genuinely surprising. The razor series has always been known for its hefty price tag and brilliant performance.

There is no difference here either. The Razor red dot sight is a premium red dot sight for your TP9SFX. While the price tag may be a bit bummer to most, don’t let that change your overall view of the sight. It’s an incredibly well-made sight that has a lot to offer to you, to me, to everyone out there.

The build quality of this sight is simply put, amazing. It’s made to serve in the military working environment. You can see how rugged the construction is from the pictures. When you hold it in your hand, that’s something else.

The performance of this sight is very good as well. I would go as far as to say it’s one of the best red dot sights for Canik TP9 SFX.

Does it have MOTAC?

No, it doesn’t.

Where is this sight made?

The Razor lineup is made in Japan.

Can you use it on a weaver rail?

You can change the mounting plate to a weaver rail to make it work on that rail.

3. HOLOSUN HS507C X2 Circle Dot Solar Failsafe

When it comes to reflex sights, you have to keep at least one Holosun sight in consideration. After all, they are one of the best brands in the world to make red dot and holographic sights. From construction to performance, everything about HS507C X2 is on another level.

HS507C X2 is rather on the cheaper end of the Holosun price list. That’s why, it’s one of the easiest recommendations to people who are planning to grab a Holosun optic for the first time. The branding on this sight is quite minimum. The entire sight isn’t covered with unnecessary branding and distraction.

Aluminum waterproof housing is incredible. The quality of work in this sight is something else. You can notice how premium the sight looks and feels after purchasing. The lens of this optic is good as well. The lens is clear and vivid. Brightness isn’t an issue with this lens either.

In short, it’s a performance machine. Canik TP9SFX can take full advantage of this red dot sight. We are not exaggerating when we say it’s one of the best sights for TP9SFX.

What battery does this sight use?


Where is this sight made?

They are made in China.

Is this the correct model for Canik TP9SFX?

It is.

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4. Vortex Optics Venom Red Dot Sight

Vortex Optics is a crowd-favorite brand that has been ruling the budget segment for years now. Their lenses are mind-blowing and many different brands source their lenses from Vortex. Just like their premium sights, Venom Red dot sight also features an all-aluminum structure with matte black anodization.

There are lots of branding on this sight, but they are on the front and the side. You won’t notice them while using the sight from POV. The lens of the optic is fully multi-coated. Vortex is yet to disappoint when it comes to its lenses.

The sight features a 3MOA red dot reticle. Of course, the reticle is illuminated and you can adjust the brightness of the reticle quite easily. As the sight is waterproof, you won’t need to fear for safety while using it in rainy weather.

Where is this sight made?

This sight is made in the Philippines.

How many brightness levels are present on this sight?


Does this come with a mounting system?

Yes, it does feature a mounting system built-in the optic directly.

5. Burris FastFire III Red Dot Sight

We have featured this red dot sight plenty of times. That’s the best part about these red dot sights. They are compatible with way too many guns. When you make a list for a specific gun, turns out this sight synergizes with that gun as well.

Burris made a beautiful sight that will serve you for a long time. The durability of this housing is something else. Despite using metal construction, the overall weight of the sight is quite light. You add in the shockproof factor; this sight starts driving an incredible bargain. The accuracy of FastFire 3 is something else as well.

The lens is clear. As clear a sighting lens can be. It also gets extremely bright. Making sure you are getting a fabulous performance in any given lighting situation. That includes low-light conditions as well. In short, the performance of this sight is impeccable.

Will this fit a Ruger 22?

Yes, it will fit a Ruger 22.

Where is this sight made?

It’s made in the Philippines.

Can you remove the Picatinny mount from it?

Yes, you can remove it and add a different mounting if you so wish.

Things To Keep in Mind Before Buying

Consider it like you are choosing a brand-new smartphone for you. You will need to get a compatibility check and see if the functions the device offers are up to your needs or not. A red dot sight is similar. Look around and see if the functions and features it offers are up to your liking or not.


We are going to mount this sight on top of a pistol. The pistol is a small weapon to begin with. We can’t bother to mount a sight bigger than the pistol itself. Choosing a small sight has its benefits.


Weight is one of the main concerns when it comes to a red dot sight. We don’t want to burden the gun with too much weight. This will mess up the recoil pattern and make it feel like you are using a heavier gun with less accuracy. Take a lightweight sight.


They are small sights. You never know what might happen to one of them. To make sure you don’t mess up anything, read the manual and follow it. To make sure that everything gets fixed by the manufacturer, look for a valid warranty. Good brands will provide a good warranty.


In conclusion, make sure to take the sight that meets your needs. I can call one sight the best of all time, but that sight might not meet your requirements. For example, if I recommend a 1000$ sight, most of you won’t buy it cause that’s way over the budget you are willing to spend on a red dot sight for TP9SFX.

Don’t worry, I know that. That’s why, I tried to recommend both budget and flagship sights for your Canik. Rest assured, all of the sights mentioned here are undoubtedly the best the market has to offer. Take care, and grab a sight that serves your required purpose. Will see you guys on the next one.

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