CPX-2 Break-In

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CPX-2 Break-In

Postby CB236 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 6:15 am

Being new to SCCY and the CPX-2 model, can I expect to have a Break-In period? If so, how many rounds will it generally take? My CPX-2 should arrive Wednesday or Thursday and I plan on sending at least 200-rounds down the tube on Friday.
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Re: CPX-2 Break-In

Postby tripleb » Tue Sep 20, 2016 8:08 am

CB236 wrote:Being new to SCCY and the CPX-2 model, can I expect to have a Break-In period? If so, how many rounds will it generally take? My CPX-2 should arrive Wednesday or Thursday and I plan on sending at least 200-rounds down the tube on Friday.


SCCY does not mention a "break-in" period in the manual. Mine ran flawlessly right out of the box (after a field strip, cleaning, oiling). After about 100 rounds, I called it good and the CPX2 became my EDC.
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Re: CPX-2 Break-In

Postby CB236 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 8:46 am

tripleb wrote:
CB236 wrote:Being new to SCCY and the CPX-2 model, can I expect to have a Break-In period? If so, how many rounds will it generally take? My CPX-2 should arrive Wednesday or Thursday and I plan on sending at least 200-rounds down the tube on Friday.


SCCY does not mention a "break-in" period in the manual. Mine ran flawlessly right out of the box (after a field strip, cleaning, oiling). After about 100 rounds, I called it good and the CPX2 became my EDC.


Thanks for detailing your experience with the CPX-2. It is my intention to get comfortable enough that the CPX-2 will become my EDC as well.
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Re: CPX-2 Break-In

Postby getvicious » Tue Sep 20, 2016 12:37 pm

I didn't notice any break-in with my 2 pistols. I disassembled them to clean and lube them and their mags and polished the feed ramp and barrel and trimmed the seams and pointy places on the frame (disassembled it several times originally to learn the pistol) and started shooting. I do disassemble the pistol and clean / lube it every time I shoot it, even if only 1 round.
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