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SCCY CPX-2-TT CPX2 10+1 9mm 3.1" Reviews


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36 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.3 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
64% (23 of 36)
4 stars:
17% (6 of 36)
3 stars:
11% (4 of 36)
2 stars:
2% (1 of 36)
1 star:
5% (2 of 36)
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by Brandon B Tuesday 05 September, 2017
After 70 rds the trigger fail to reset twice and the frame pins came walking out. It\'s going back to sccy for repair.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Floyd M Monday 04 September, 2017
This gun looks great and feels good. However I took my SCCY CPX 2 to the range. Trigger and hammer started having problems after 50 rds. After about 70 rds. The trigger would not work (Pulling in back) and the hammer would not release. Also i noticed that when the gun got hot this problem started to happen. I do not recommend this gun. On an other note all the ammo fired and no problems with both magazines.

Rating:     2 of 5 Stars!
by Robert R Wednesday 23 August, 2017
I was able to purchase this pistol on sale as a weekly special. Not only did I get it for less than MSRP. I was able to get it for less than my local FFL dealer could even purchase it for. So, obviously I made a heck of deal on price. What was even more cool, was that I had, had my eye on this little pistol for awhile. And, I can say I am glad I did my homework and had researched this particular firearm quite extensively. It compares very well to the Ruger LC9, at about $250 less, also compares to all other compact nines in it`s class. Less money, (2) two mags instead of one, and capacity is 10 + 1 instead of 6 - 8 rounds for other compacts. The pistol itself, shoots good, accurate at self defense distance 7 -15 yrds. I personally like the double action only trigger ( like a double action revolver ) better than the striker fired action of my sister`s Glock 19. But, that`s a subjective thing. I like that the pistol is extremely easy to wear comfortably concealed even with summer clothing. During the winter here in Colorado, I can and do carry my 1911 full size pistol daily. But, in summer it`s a little bulky to hide. I am very happy with this little SCCY:-) And, for such a small pistol it packs plenty of fire power and actually fits my fat fingers. Would definitely recommend.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Terry T Tuesday 22 August, 2017
I received this gun in early August 2017. I found it to be well constructed, light weight and fairly accurate, albeit with a long, hard trigger pull. The sights are good, but trying to hold them on a bullseye target at 10 yards, was difficult, with the hard and long trigger action. For close quarters combat (instinctive point shooting) of say, 2 feet to about 3-4 yards, in a life or death situation, with high adrenaline rush, the trigger as described above, would be barely noticeable. Beyond that, the trigger action is unacceptable and no comparison to my small S&W Shield, Glock or even Taurus. The price point for this is low and a pretty good value for that amount. Comparing it to all my other 9mm semi-autos and 50 years of shooting and teaching, I\'d rate this gun at a 7 out of 10.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Andrew H Monday 14 August, 2017
Usual fantastic Service from buds! This firearm is a very solid product. Certainly it's not in the same category as a high-end firearm like a good CZ or Springfield XD. However for a light little carry gun that is rock solid reliable you can't beat it. The trigger is very long but break smoothly and right out of the box there were no failures. The construction is simple with very few moving parts making it a great firearm for someone who is new to fire arms or does not like complicated cleanings. SCCY appears to be a great company and discounted the lasersight which is essential for any kind of accuracy with this firearm. With no elevation adjustment a laser is the only way to consistently hit your target. But again for the money this is the best deal out there in a compact reliable 9 mm conceal carry or primary first firearm.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by David S Tuesday 08 August, 2017
After watching several videos putting the CPX 2 10 1 9 mm through a battery of torture tests without getting it to fail, I decided it was a gun I wanted to add to my collection. Bud\'s got it to my FFL quickly and I hastened to collect it and did a quick disassemble, clean and lube before I took it to my local range along with a couple of boxes of 9 mm FMJs to determine accuracy and reliability. The first 7 shots went off exactly as expected--it shot a little low, but acceptable. The eighth trigger pull did not drop the hammer. I tried several more times without success, removed the mag, cleared the chamber, and did a quick disassembly to see if I could see anything wrong. Everything appeared to be in order so I reassembled the gun, reloaded the mag, and managed to finish the mag. Mag number two was loaded into the gun and the first shot fired satisfactorily. Next trigger pull failed to produce a hammer fall as did two pulls following. The trigger just got to the end of its range and the hammer stayed right where it was. The fourth trigger pull resulted in the hammer falling properly. Next round would not fire and the hammer did not fall after many attempts at the trigger. That was totally unacceptable. Further, I was now unable to remove the disassembly pin as it seemed to be totally jammed in the gun. So, I removed the magazine, cleared it, and returned the gun to the box. Once I was back home, I tried again to remove the disassembly pin and found it took more force than I was willing to provide. It clicked out a bit--enough to impede the slide--but not enough to allow disassembly. I didn\'t want to further damage the gun by applying added force, so the pin remained in place and I packed everything back in the box for shipping to SCCY. I sent it back to SCCY per the instructions on their website and received notification in less than a week that it is on its way back to me. I am assuming whatever fault there was has been rectified, but I will not know until I get it back and put a box or two down range. I will also say this: for the price, it appears to be an exceptionally well finished gun, and I think/hope that some minor malfunction that happened to the gun I received is an isolated case. I fully expect it to be rectified when the gun is returned to me. I will also note that the folks at SCCY have turned the repair around with amazing haste. Immediately after I received my little CPX2 back from SCCY, I took it to the range where I quickly ran two boxes of 9mm FMJ down range. The gun worked smoothly and without any noticeable flaw. I then ran a box of self-defense ammo through as well, and like its FMJ brothers, the self-defense loads rapidly made their way down range without a flaw. It is now the sweet little gun I expected it to be and I am certainly a fan. And, after dealing with the factory in such a completely satisfactory manner, I think a fair rating for this gun has to be 5 out of 5 stars. It is most assuredly worth the very modest investment.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
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