Since Guns America does not have a category for SCCY pistols, we placed this listing under the most obvious choice, Kel-Tec. SCCY industries was begun about 15 years ago by former employees of Kel-Tec, but the only lawsuit we’ve heard of them having is with a Vodka Company. Similarities to the Kel-Tec P11 are obvious from the photos, just like the Ruger LC9. The SCCY CPX1, writes the factory, is a great conceal carry gun for the money. It features a barrel machined from bar stock with 7 lands and grooves having a 16-1 right hand twist, 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum receiver machined from bar stock, the grip and frame are made from Zytel polymer with ergonomic finger grooves and an integral Re-coil Cushion. It is a double action only with internal hammer with inertial firing pin. The CPX1 does have a manual safety, and a
9 lbs. trigger pull. Included with the CPX1 you get (2) double stack ,10 round magazines with finger extension base installed and 2 flat magazine bases included. As far as other specs, type is blowback action semi-auto pistol. Manufacturer is SCCY Industries of Daytona Beach, Florida. Barrel is 3.1 inches; height is 4 inches; overall length from muzzle to grip frame strut is 5.7 inches; 1 inch width; and weight of 15 ounces empty. Sights are 3 dot configuration, stake on polymer front with dovetailed steel rear. Type is double action only, every shot involves a long smooth double action pull. Caliber, of course, is 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, 9x19, call it what you will, THE 9mm. Magazines are smooth finished matte blue steel, and put us in mind of Check-Mate manufacturing more than they do Mec-Gar. Like the P11, this pistol will accept 5900 series Smith & Wesson magazines with some protrusion due to the S&W Mags’ length. Note the ambidextrous lever safety and steel guide rod. Photo specimen comes to us from its exclusive Southeast Michigan civilian owner, who traded it in on a .40 caliber Walther. It is in its original box with all its original equipment and instruction manual. Surface detractions are negligible; all we see are two or three faint small streaks on the left side of the slide by the ejection port. We rate this CPX1 as Near Mint in Box, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. It is excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. We estimate it has been fired fewer than 20 times. This is not, after all, a target pistol by any stretch. Replacement pricing on pistols like this one, including the very similar Ruger LC9, is $400 or more in our area. We’re offering the SCCY CPX-1T Pistol in the photos, however, for only $ 319.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of California, the District of Colombia, or Massachusetts.
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