SCCY CPX-3

For the general discussion of SCCY Industries firearms. Includes the SCCY CPX-1 & CPX-2 compact 9mm and CPX-3 subcompact .380 ACP handguns.

Re: SCCY CPX-3

Postby samwise » Tue Jun 26, 2018 7:26 am

FastEddie wrote:I don't know if I can continue on this forum. The intense level of activity here is taking too much of my time. I am required to check it every 60 days or so to keep up with the heavy volume of posts......LOL. Does anyone give a rat's butt about the SCCY pistol? Or is it a product that has come.....and.....gone...........?



I know what you mean. I have given up on the CPX-3, I had set aside the money to buy one but wound up getting the S&W Shield 380EZ, love that gun. I just check here out of curiosity to see if Sccy is still in business.
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Re: SCCY CPX-3

Postby wrench459 » Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:17 pm

I'm looking for a good 10mm handgun.
.380 ain't even in the ball park.
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Re: SCCY CPX-3

Postby FastEddie » Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:52 am

I trust you have done some range work with the 10mm. While it packs a wallop and is generally accurate, everything else about it is problematic. Just about all the agencies who used it have discontinued due to numerous issues.
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Re: SCCY CPX-3

Postby Newhouse44 » Mon Jul 16, 2018 8:54 pm

I was hoping they would reduce the grip frame on the CPX-9 like the CPX-380 ....

I also was interested in the CPX-3 a larger 10+1 380acp .. Especially useing Underwood 90gr XTP 380 +P

The only reason I could ever imagine SCCY halting the production of the CXP-3 is the pending move of the SCCY factory?
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Re: SCCY CPX-3

Postby FastEddie » Tue Jul 17, 2018 8:51 am

Or perhaps they realized a few things: Almost every major manufacturer jumped on the .380 bandwagon years ago. But those companies did so to cater to those who wanted a smaller/more easily concealable/lighter/less recoil pistol.
Or perhaps they realized that the 25 people who wanted a full sized .380 have already purchased one. I carry a .380 because of the easier concealable size and am willing accept the higher price of ammo, but couldn't imagine doing so for a larger/less concealable gun.
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