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    SCCY

    Gunners,

    Been watching Youtube and the folks there seem to have the utmost praise for a little 9MM made by SCCY (US Made).

    But, when I go on the internet I see many mixed reviews.

    What say Ye?

    Rmocarsky

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    I'm so happy with mine, I'll be picking up another one.
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    Do a search here. There have been many threads already.

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    I love mine carried it everyday till I srnt it off to be cerakoted once I get it back it will be back on my hip never had one problem with mine. I guessing the reviews you read are from the first batch that came out either way you cant beat there customer service or the warranty.

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    My CPX2 is my EDC. Very happy with it, shoots nicely, carries even better. Gonna pick up another one myself.

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    I have had my cpx2 for 7 months. Probably 500 rounds through it (would be more but the ammo shortage...) with no failures to feed, extract or fire. It's not a target pistol, but is certainly accurate enough for ccw. Fit and finish are good to vg. Controls (trigger, slide and mag releases) are smooth and positive. It hasn't yet replaced the j-frame for edc, but only because I'm a traditionalist and am having a hard time letting go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emawildcat View Post
    My CPX2 is my EDC. Very happy with it, shoots nicely, carries even better. Gonna pick up another one myself.
    +1. What he said exactly.
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    Here is what I had to say...post #31...

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    The SCCY company does have the past experience of the Grendel, the forerunner of Kel Tec, I have been told that both owners were employed at Kel Tec before venturing out on their own. I bought a CPX when they first hit the market and never experienced a problem nor has my son who now has it in his collection.....
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    1st Generation had problems. The new 2nd Generation are much more better made and more reliable. God Bless

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    I have a friend who swears by his, my LGS has the CPX2 for $260, almost bought one.
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    it is a great CCW. Great gun and price.

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    OP here,

    Their web site claims that the width is 1", but when I watch the Youtube videos it sure looks wider than that.

    What is the true width (at the widest part) of the CPX 2?

    Rmocarsky

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmocarsky View Post
    OP here,

    Their web site claims that the width is 1", but when I watch the Youtube videos it sure looks wider than that.

    What is the true width (at the widest part) of the CPX 2?


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    Barrel Length: 3.1"
    Height: 4"
    Length: 5.7"
    Width: 1"
    Weight: 15oz
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    Actual grip width is 1 3/8". As far as SCCY being founded by former Kel Tec employees is false. The owner has no association nor has he ever. The design may be a copy of a Kel Tec gun but he he an engineer who decided to make guns. Nowdays most everyone copies someone elses firearm just look at ruger and how they copied Kel Tec on the LCP and LC9.
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