50 rounds down range and no trigger reset

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50 rounds down range and no trigger reset

Postby SouthernAngler » Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:05 pm

I took both the CPX1 and my CPX2 to the range today and shot about 150 rounds total, I actually went to test fire and shoot only the CPX1 but I always bring a back up gun to shoot should there be a problem. The CPX1 was flawless until round 51, thats when I noticed the trigger did not reset. I checked everything over and found the trigger spring had jumped off the trigger bar. I pulled it down right there and made a quick repair and continued with my shooting. When I got home i called SCCY to request a new spring because I had to bend the end of the wire because it got straightened out between the frame and slide when it slipped of the trigger bar. I was told that I should send the gun in so all the upgrades could be done including the trigger, mag release, recoil rod ect. I was told my CPX2 should not have the spring issue because its serial # indicates it has all the current stuff. So for now the CPX1 is functioning but It will need to go back sometime soon in order to become reliable.
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Re: 50 rounds down range and no trigger reset

Postby GoesBang » Sat Mar 08, 2014 5:49 pm

This is one reason that I have spare parts. I would have changed the trigger cam myself (the part is not just the spring).

BTW. You might ask for a stainless trigger cam instead of the black one.
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Re: 50 rounds down range and no trigger reset

Postby SouthernAngler » Sat Mar 08, 2014 7:48 pm

GoesBang wrote:This is one reason that I have spare parts. I would have changed the trigger cam myself (the part is not just the spring).

BTW. You might ask for a stainless trigger cam instead of the black one.


Thanks for the information. I was told when I called that there was machining that need to be done in order to change the trigger parts so its not a DYI fix and required sending it in.
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