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SCCY CPX-2, Compact, 9MM, 3.1" Barrel, Polymer Frame, Black Finish, 10Rd, 3 Dot Sights, 2 Magazines CPX-2 CB
SCCY INDUSTRIES GENERATION 2 CPX-1 w/CARBON STEEL SLIDE w/SELF-LUBRICATING, SCRATCH-RESISTANT, BLACK NITRATE FINISH•DAO •Internal hammer w/inertial firing pin prevents accidental discharge if dropped •Barrel features 7 lands & grooves w/16:1 RH twist •7075-T6 aircraft grade heat-treated aluminum alloy receiver •Zytel polymer frame w/ergonomic finger grooves & integral recoil cushion on back-strap •All-steel recoil spring system is fully encapsulated for ease of disassembly & reassembly •Steel slide lock/release w/Zytel overmolded polymer extension for ease of operation •Steel, 3-dot sight system w/adjustable rear sight for windage only & locking screw •Smooth & effortless 9 lb. trigger pull •Child-resistant trigger guard lock •Extended “CLAW” extractor for improved reliability •Include
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Manufacturer SCCY
SKU GAG_SCCYCPX2CB
Condition New in Box
Caliber 9mm
UPC 857679003029
Model CPX2
Manufacturer Part Number CPX2
Accessories 2 Mags
Barrel Length 3.1"
Finish Per Color Black
Frame Per Material Polymer

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Here's my opinion on the gun. I own one, I've put 1500 rounds through it, give or take. It had troubles from the start. The frame pins walked out after the first 2 mags. Had to keep pushing them back in. Also had failures related to the magazine baseplates not allowing the magazines to seat correctly. SCCY sent me new larger pins that were slightly bent, the bend puts tension on the pin which keeps it in place better. Also sent the new base plates, which resolved the failures. The extractor and ejector have both broken. SCCY sent replacement parts for both. The trigger has a tendency to not reset properly. That has yet to be resolved. Before I polished the chamber, I tried using steel case ammo and it jammed up so bad we had to clamp it in a vice and beat it with a rubber mallet to get it back open. I've fired a lot of other handguns with similar round counts without one issue, let alone a laundry list of issues like the cpx2 has had. I don't recommend this gun. SCCY service has always been helpful, and I hope the company comes up with a product that I can recommend, but it's not the CPX 2. Considering there are options that don't cost a whole lot more, I'd recommend a 9 on sale from Ruger or S&W, they have better design, materials and QC. I picked up a S&W shield this summer for 200+tax after the rebate. I have yet to put that many rounds through it, so I can't give a full comparison, but it's an example of a similar sized, similar priced 9mm, which IMO is better made, and I expect reliability from.

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Great input. Where did you get a Shield for 200 after rebate? They never got that low, unless I am mistaken. $250 shipped before FFL fees, briefly, yes, but 200, no. Four months ago, there was a VERY brief period where you could get one for 224 after rebate. However, it appears the rebate did not materialize for many, sadly.

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Really happy with mine. I’ve put enough rounds through it to trust that this gun will shoot and cycle every time. This is my daily carry now. This deal is awesome. I’ll get another.

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5stars

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I had one and it was always reliable. Shot to point of aim. I’m tempted to get another at this price. Long but smooth dao trigger w second strike capability.
People knocking on this have probably never fired one let alone put close to 1k rounds thru one. I have and I’d buy another

I’ll bet that the vast majority ofnpeople who

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I got one man. I haven't had nearly the luck you have.

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I have had a CPX-2 for about 6 years now. I bought it used and it has been really reliable for me. I've been using cheap ammo and handloads. My main complaint is its long trigger reset, but I am fine using it for self-defence because it has proven reliable. For everyone saying you must spend more on a self-defense pistol, I think that there is probably less than 1% chance that I will ever need to use a gun to defend myself. There is also well below a 1% chance that the gun will fail. Ultimately I am just unwilling to spend more money on such an off chance that a more expensive gun will help.

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I almost agree with you 100%, except that the total cost of gun ownership is more lean toward cost of ammo, not gun itself. So I think it's OK to spend a little more on a gun that's reliable, AND you love. Don't cut corner on training though.

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Got one! Firing report in a week or 2...

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I've had my sccy cpx2 for about 2 yes now & have never had any issues with it what so ever. Maybe I got lucky & it was built on a good day??? Any way I use it as a secondary ccw partnered with my fns40. I feel its small & light enough for that roll plus it gives u a decent round count in a backup carry option.

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In this day of weak service, questionable tactics (lost leaders items posted etc.) Gun Store/FFL endorsement is almost as important as firearm opinions and feedback. Good info to know - headed to online store. You "theman" :D

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I just can't force myself to buy garbage, no matter the price.

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Purchased one and after one day at the range I got rid of it. Long trigger pull I can handle but don't like. Also when using a small flathead screw driver to remove the disassembly pin the pin broke. Sccy did replace it for free. Was in mailbox one week later. Never again

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I have the ct380 and this. The kahr is not in the same class. No comparison, the kahr is top 2 worst guns I own

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If you really want a DOA the price of Kahr is cheap now around $225-$300 and they are excellent guns. Also can get good revolver for not much more.

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I had a 40 caliber Kahr and it was absolutely the worst gun I have ever owned9

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I just got a CW380 from Four Winds Technology for $195. Definitely a lot less money than years ago

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And the trigger is 100% better than dao hammer fired guns. Buttery smooth

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We finally agree on something lol

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Thumbs up. Happy with mine.

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Hey u guys deliver to California??

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no sorry

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Sometimes I tell her to clean my sucky. It gets slow to eject when dirty.

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This guy is the fastest shipping FFL that I have ever purchased a weapon from. He is responsive, answers the phone and emails and is diligent about the service he provides. My firearm arrived 2 days after I ordered it to my local FFL. Highly recommend this company to do business with. Not only the lowest price on this gin and extra mags but excellent customer service.

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About 2 years ago, I bought one for the wife to encourage her to come out shooting with me more. Feeding issues right out of the box. Fired about 500 rounds before putting it back in the box. About a year ago I finally got around to sending it in. SCCY has great customer service. They sent the pistol back about 3 week later. Seems to shoot fine now but I've only ran 100 rounds through since.

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Almost 100 percent of the time delays come from FFLs not sending us there paper work so we can send it to your gun shop. What's your order number so we can found out

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Almost 100 percent of the time delays come from FFLs not sending us there paper work so we can send it to your gun shop. What's your order number so we can found out .

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See comment below - my error!

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Bought one from these guys on the 7/10 and still "Awaiting Fulfillment" - almost old Palmetto speeds........

Update: It was the FFL issue as described above and the weapon shipped the same day the FFL was sent. So I would like to apologize to Combat Armory for the "slow" comment as it was not their issue!

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"Effortless 9 lb trigger pull,,,"
Dang,,, None of my 20-some-odd firearms have trigger pulls that high,,, Did Lou Ferrigno write this?

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I bought one for my mom and it pulls between 6.5-7.5 every time its not bad for a defense or truck pistol I wouldn't want to shoot hundreds of rounds in a day with it for sure. It's been 100% reliable.

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I bought one used for 155 on GunBroker. Took it shooting once and sold it for 200. The trigger reset is way up there and there isn't a lot of positive pressure to feel the reset. Not sure if that makes sense but that's just my 2cents

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I have one of these for close to a year now with several hundred rounds through it. Only issue I've had is the known one (mentioned by others here) of the pin working itself out during a lot of shooting. Got with SCCY easily and was given the option of having them send me a differnt pin that is slightly bigger or I could put some Loctite on my existing one. That fixed it. I mentioned that one mag seemed to be not holding open occasionally and they sent me a replacement right away with a prepaid label to return the other one. Very responsive support. As to the long and hard trigger pull mentioned, I prefer it on a CC. This gun is difficult to shoot well due to the trigger nature and the very light weight, though I improved greatly after adding the grip kit you can buy for this (see Amazon.) As to the trigger, there is a kit sold if desired to lighten the pull. I believe it's primarily a replacement spring. I enjoy shooting it and can shoot 'well enough' in what is considered a CC engagement scenario, i.e., 20' or less. And I've never had a misfire with this gun. At this price (I paid about $90 more) I'd buy another if they were selling one of the other colors that I've seen. I already have the Black one.

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Alex34668:
I never had any reliability issues but didn't shoot it enough to make a call on that. Not a gun I'd trust for protection and it's not enjoyable to shoot as a plinker so I got rid of it. Others views may vary.

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Alex34668:
It's a hammer fired gun. I owned one, the pin would work itself loose in mine every 20 rds or so. Have to punch it back in. The trigger is complete garbage regardless of what anyone else tells you.

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Owned one about a year ago or so. Plenty of rounds down range, I will say the gun was reliable for me. No feeding or ejecting issues with federal. After cleaning every time I took the pistol out to shoot I had metal shavings galore in my slide and frame. At first I took it as it was just breaking in and wearing. Must have racked slide 1000k time manually and still, every time I broke it down for cleaning same result. Got rid of it only because of that reason. Believe it was the rails. Didn't like the thought of metal floating around in the gun if I should ever need it. Never looked to see if others had the same issue.

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I only want it as a back up gun

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Striker or hammer fired don't see the listed

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DAO, hammer

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For $169 in the end it was worth it to me. If I would have paid more I would have been pissed.

After stretching the spring and taking a small amount of metal off the hammer where it releases and tested it works great, lighter and shorter trigger pull and no light strikes.

The spring was so tight it had 12lb trigger pull and wouldn't drop the hammer, the poly trigger was spinning around the trigger bar from all the stress. Absolutely 100% should not left the factory like this.

If you are scared to work on guns I don't recommend getting this unless you don't mind spending some money and having to send it back maybe more than once.

I suspect SCCY made the CPX-3 in 380 due to cracking problems. I don't think the 380 was a bad decision because it will make a decent gun for a woman or recoil sensitive shooter but with smaller pocket 380's for me I wouldn't buy the new CPX-3.

SCCY should release another version of the CPX-2 with all the faults fixed. The long trigger pull is horrendous.

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https://youtu.be/vTgFs-m59RY Hickok45's youtube video that I thought was pretty unbiased and based on actually shooting it, unlike some other posters here. The biggest take away was with several types of ammo, he only had problems with Armscor

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Read the comments under the video ...lmao I knew you would bring up that vid and I couldn't wait ... Perfect example of people owning it saying it's a POS...READ carefully thru the comments ...half of them are about how it's jams all the time or how they have to send the gun back for repairs for it to work

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I owned one of these. Best i remember the pin in the frame would wiggle out about every 20 rds if you didn't watch it. The trigger is absolutely horrendous. Only reason I can see for buying this over a pt-111 is that it's US made. Or if you don't like striker guns.

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Thank you for a honest review from someone who owned the gun ...the PT is way better

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Don't know why I would waist my time getting in this debate but what the hell. I do own glock 26 and many others but I've always wanted a sccy even before I bought the 26. Sccy feels good in the hand. Lighter weight. Less rounds though. Lifetime warranty and great costumer service from everything I've heard. Always was in the understanding that the guys that started the company used to work for glock. Believe one was one of their engineers. Buy a gun that fits your needs and what u can afford. Again only from my research sccy seems to me to b most reliable pistol in its catagory at that price point. Just my 2 cents.

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Nothing wrong with buying this gun at all...just please don't expect or fool yourself that this is a good self defense or edc/ home defense gun. It is a FUN gun . Might get one myself but I would never touch this gun for any life/ death situations PERIOD

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Spot on, for the price its a fun 9mm like cheap 22s are fun. I bought and sold mine because the trigger wasn't catching the hammer even on the first round. I had to squeeze and release a few times before it would catch.

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Exactly a fun gun, if it works lol

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I bought one, called about an issue, the rep told me there is a trigger upgrade you are eligible for. I sent it in, upgrade for free. Thats awesome! I had wanted a Glock 26, but now that I have the Sccy i dont even bother, buy one, you will not be disappointed.

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Stop lying to yourself, you just bought a cheap POS instead of investing in a quality handgun

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