The SCCY CPX series comes loaded with features you’d expect to find in a pistol costing twice as much. In fact, SCCY's confident it delivers “more gun per dollar” than any other choice in its class. The SCCY CPX-2 is designed for shooters who prefer a concealed carry pistol without an external safety. These guns are available in low-glare, heavy-duty black nitride or natural stainless steel finishes.
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- Copied my review from the forum. The link is at the bottom!Review by Paul
I finally took the Sccy out for a test run on Friday! It was long over due... Overall I actually really like the little guy. I started off shooting it, and it was good. Accurate, fairly enjoyable to shoot, and it was comfortable. After shooting it for a little while I handed it over to my friend who hasn't shot much at all, and I took my XDs for us to do some shooting games/drills and he seemed to really like it. I'll pick his brain about it later and post what he thought.
As far as the trigger (my biggest complaint) isn't bad. As fat as the few DOA triggers I've used I'd say this was one of my preferred. I was able to pick it up out of the box, dry fire it a few times at home and bring it to the range and hit paper without a problem. Like I said above, I did switch off after a little bit, but then towards the end, we switched again. After shooting the XDs I found the Sccy much less desirable and it was only because if the trigger. Still after a couple of shots it didn't bother me as much again.
As far as ammo, we used 100 rounds of RDA ammo, 20 rounds of Federal Guard Dog, and 20 rounds of my brothers hand loads (I know, bad idea), but they all worked perfect except for 10 cast lead hand-loads from my brother. These I think were a little shorter than the standard round and it seemed like the magazine just didn't like them. I unfortunately didn't measure them myself so I'm not sure the exact length.. I'm looking forward to picking up some Hornady Critical Defense to try and run through it though. Those have been my choice lately for the XDs so I'm excited to start looking into them for the Sccy.
Overall I would trust it. I would pick a certain defense ammo for it and run quite a few rounds through it before counting on it running it 100%. But I would use it for a carry gun from my experience so far. It would be as a backup to my XDs, and I would have to spend much more time getting in tune with the trigger. As I think every review I've read has said so far, for the money it's a worthwhile gun. If you're looking for an inexpensive gun, or just something that you don't have to worry about much this seems like it would be perfect.
Just make sure to clean it!!! When I opened the gun up after getting it there was metal shavings all over the place. made me worry about what could be laying around in there, but a little cleaning and inspection eased my mind and everything seems perfect so far.
Plus from what I hear they have an amazing warranty!!
http://rdaforum.com/thread-497.html (Posted on 10/21/14)
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