SCCY pistols, what are they all about? I'd never heard of them until today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thewelshm View Post
    I had a CPX 1 pure garbage, but lifetime warranty... The CPX 2 has a great review with Hickok45..


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    The CPX 2 is what my son has.
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    In our Pawn / Gun shop we sell alot of SCCY ( pronounced SKY) pistols. The action reminds me alot of the old 469 Smith Pistol Actions . Of the ones we have sold we have only had 2 come back. SCCY replaced both pistols no questions asked. for an in-expensive defense pistol on a budget . I think they fill a niche . The one i shot worked fine and accuracy was acceptable ...
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    I think SCCY and Taurus have upped their game with the quality of their latest offerings. It's good to see. Everyone should be able to defend themselves regardless of their economic standing, in my opinion.

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    Well based on my brief and crappy experience with Kel Tec, I'm sure I'm not interested in any off shoots. Had enough trouble with the original crappy product they sold me. I did wind up visiting the factory over in Cocoa Beach ( for repair #1 on a P3AT, since I live in Tampa I made a road trip in my Vette ) and was not at all impressed with the operation. After repair #2 ( which wasn't any better than #1 ) I was fortunate enough to sell the damned thing to a friend who talked me into buying one in the first place since his was at a gunsmith waiting on Kel Tec to send parts which all tolled took 4 months to complete. $$$wise, I came out OK for a year's worth of aggravation but sure did waste too much time on the damned thing. The only gun in my 44 year old collection I ever got rid of and was happy to do so.

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    I have a CPX2, it was on sale for $154 when I bought it. I've got over 3000 rounds right nine with absolutely zero problems. It feeds anything I put in it and goes bang everytime. The trigger is a long heavy pull that started it gritty but it's smoother now. It was my everyday carry gun until I lost 40 pounds and could carry iwb. I still carry it occasionally but it goes to the range with me everytime I go.
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    The ones I know of are proclaimed to be good guns by their owners and they are not inexperienced gun owners. One friend, a owner of SCCY, is notorious for buying small, reliable handguns and stashing them in his truck, boat, bike, etc. in places where he can get to one in case he doesn’t have his primary carry.
    He likes SCCY handguns for that role.
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    The two owners I know are very pleased with their guns. Not elegant or competition quality guns but reliable and more than adequate for CC or HD use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thewelshm View Post
    I had a CPX 1 pure garbage, but lifetime warranty... The CPX 2 has a great review with Hickok45..


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    I haven't seen all of Hickok 45 reviews, but I've never seen a bad one from him soooo ????
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    I don't subscribe to risking my life on an inferior gun because it's economical. I would rather do without and save for one of dependable reputation and quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecar View Post
    I don't subscribe to risking my life on an inferior gun because it's economical. I would rather do without and save for one of dependable reputation and quality.
    Sometimes folks just can’t afford the best. They settle for something less expensive. From what I’ve gathered from those that own them and have shot them, they feel they are reliable and not a huge loss if they disappear. Their opinions carry some weight with some, and probably don’t with others.


 
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