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  • 04/22/2019 02:20 PM CT
    by James G - Lifetime Points: 32575 Best
  • Monica, I own 2 SCCY's and have shot +P without issue. I switched back to regular loads since the shorter barrel does not give the expected added velocity but, does increase recoil and muzzle blast. With the standard load, a good hollow point - you will be more accurate with shot placement.

  • 04/22/2019 07:15 PM CT
    by Richard C - Lifetime Points: 1492
  • Monica - SCCY is one of the very few who actually seem to avoid addressing the "+P" issue. Their owner's manual for this pistol only states to use "only 9mm luger" ammunition. Well, Duh! Honestly, from all the conflicting reports I've seen since SCCY introduced their firearms, I would avoid getting near one. I know some people like them, but some people are so limited in their firearms experience they have no basis upon which to know what is actually a good firearm and what isn't, having acquired their 'knowledge' from YouTube and playing Call of Duty. Were I in a position to choose a $200 9mm pistol to use for self defense, I'd go with the Taurus G2C. Taurus has certainly stepped up their game in the last couple of years, have reinstated their lifetime warranty, and the G2C is getting some good reviews., Alternatively, and preferably, I'd look at a Ruger EC9, which is only a few bucks more, and made by an established, American company with a good reputation for customer service. Both Taurus and Ruger rate their 9mm pistols for 9 +P, at least on a part-time basis. Get yourself one of those, shoot your 9mm 115 gr fmj for practice, then fire at least a couple hundred +P hollow points to make sure your pistol likes them and will function 100% of the time with them - because self defense is not a 99% proposition.

  • 04/22/2019 01:41 PM CT
    by randy i - Lifetime Points: 14698
  • I can not find a answer that I would trust so I suggest that you contact SCCY at this link and ask them sccy.com/contact/