Grip cusion

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Grip cusion

Postby tnwulf0513 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 12:40 pm

I recently purchased a cpx-1. Having not fired a handgun since ohhh somewhere in 1969 please consider me a complete novice.
I am having a small issue with the safety recess.. It is beating the crap out of my thumb :lol: I was wondering if there is some way to cushion the outcropping on the frame to help prevent this. Or at least reduce it somewhat. Thanks your help.
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Re: Grip cusion

Postby dlb » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:20 pm

Many people have filed / sanded / ground it down.

If it really becomes an issue - call S - they can convert it to a no-safety CPX2 - but they my change some nominal fee
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Beretta 92-FS
Walther PPK-S
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Re: Grip cusion

Postby r.montoure » Fri Mar 20, 2015 2:29 am

Looks like I'm calling someone inn the morning
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