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love mine. cpx-2
put about 200 rounds thru it no problems at all.
I have a sccy cpx 2 and i love it.. i got it for $250.. I already put 300 rounds thru it with no problems
Bought a SCCY 9mm a few weeks ago. Put about 200 rounds through it. Works just fine. A little bit more recoil than expected, but appears to be a good solid and inexpensive firearm.
I have the CPX-2 with the SS slide, Had it for about a year and at least 500 rounds with no issues what so ever. I do use it as a carry pistol sometimes with the Desantis IWB softuck holster.I really like mine. The ttrigger pull is long, like all of my other DAO pistols, however it shoots well.
Got my Sccy CPX2 about a month ago. Put 100 rounds thru it, zero problems. I like it. I prefer the flat bottoms over the pinky-lip bottoms, glad they send both. Also like they send 2 mags. My mags don't seat very easily tho. I emailed Customer Service and the next day they were asking my address to ship new mag bottoms to me. Excellent Customer Service! I'm happy with my purchase.
I bought a sccy cpx 2 stainless model and I love it.Good gun for a good price.I would tell anyone to buy this gun.Glad I got it when I did cant find one in stores now long waiting list.
I have put several hundred rounds through my Gen. 2 SCCY and it appears to be a solid, inexpensive 9mm. I like it although it won't replace my S&W .40c or Shield, for the money I would reccommend it thus far.
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Wife and I have been going to local ranges and test firing guns to find one that both of us would be comfortable with. Both were happy with the Ruger SR9c when I heard about the CPX-2s. Couldn't find a range that had any as rentals but we found some to try out the fit and size and ended up getting a pair for just a hair over what we would have paid for the ruger. We have fired about 400 rounds through each and other than the wife's being more accurate than mine is we are happy with them. While travelling to visit her folks in Florida, we stopped in and were given a private tour of the facility. Found out about some upgrades/mods they are developed so sent our guns in for the upgrades. When we get them back I will post a picture of a CPX-2 next to a SR9c (daughters) and a S&W MP9 (daughters boyfriend's) for a size comparison. In the meantime I do have a picture of the wife's gun after she had some customization done to it....(sure glad I have my own and don't have to share carry with her's)
Well, I got mine yesterday. I haven't been able to fire it yet because I can't find any ammo locally and what I find online is still too high. (Any suggestions would be appreciated. Feel free to PM me with online suggestions). Also, what is the best ammo for use with this?
It is going to be my EDC because my only other gun is a 1950 .38 Colt Police Positive Special that weighs about 14 pounds (sarc). Anyway it is much too heavy and big for CC, that is why I got the SCCY.
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1950 Colt .38 Police Positive Special
2013 SCCY 9mm CPX-2 Stainless Steel
US Army 1973-1977, 95B
Look like a kel Tec copy, just like the Ruger. How do the insides differ?
Well made and great CS, but too " snappy " for my taste. Got myself a Taurus Slim 709 with SS slide and am extremely pleased with it. For the money, though, the SCCy is hard to beat.
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