stuthewise: That is definitely a nice looking weapon! Saw a picture of the two-tone.
Pretty gun, and sub-$300 to boot. Thanks for the review!
Charles Collins: weakest spring i've ever seen.
Marcus Nilsson: Tell me about the reason for wearing those garden-gloves, please.
Crystal Dunkin: I have this gun and shot yesterday for the first time. I really like it!!!
Trigger pull didn't take too long adjust to. It's small, feels really good
(comfortable), and shot really well. Thanks for your review. Be safe out
Lawrence Glazer: I'm glad you demonstrated with gloves on. As an old man I wear gloves as
my skin is thin and marks easily.
Allen Nichols: Use a bullet casing to remove the take down pin.
Richard Boies: Love my CPX-2. My main carry weapon.9 lb. trigger pull takes getting used
to, but accurate as hell at 10, 15, 20 , 25, and 35 yds. Can't beat the
Mykel Obvious: Just for the record: ArmaLaser makes the TR10 for the CPX series pistols.
Interesting touch tech, but probably won't work if you are wearing gloves
(just so ya know)
Jackie Vail: They sell a laser for this gun on the sccy website!!
Jake R.: great review
Michael Copeland: I have the 2-tone model. Weapon shoots well & is very accurate. Recoil is
not as bad as I thought it would be - very manageable. Armalaser has a
sweet laser that is made for the CPX 2. It is model TR 10. Lists for around
$150, found one for $88. It has a contact pad built in the laser body that
turns the laser on when you grab it & off when you let it go. Mounts on
the trigger guard. Hope this helps!
Dan Langston: When is a relatively small 10+1 ONLY 10 rounds. Most compact 9mm are 6+1 so
i am thrilled with 11.
I am buying the cpx2 (+$30) because it does have an AMBIDEXTROUS safety. I
could pay twice as much for a springfeild XD with a grip safety but we all
know how those worked out (serious recall). Having a firearm that is lefty
friendly is awesome and this is the ONLY one in the ~$300 price range.
bowtie22100: Nice review, I picked one up a year ago, great little gun for the money.
Troy Smith: No on the +P ammo.
backcheck31: What an amazing review! Thank you so much. I'm definitely going to get one
now because of this great review. Well done!
wombatbull: yes it is nice in the hand.. I like it a lot ,, and yes made in the USA..
thank you for the post
deputysheriff100: Good review. I was looking at a CPX2 in the gun shop yesterday. It does
feel good in the hand and it's USA made.
virgosintellect: Those rails are Aluminum, not steel. The slide is steel so keep some good
oil in the track to reduce wear.
Shane Medford: I have two of these guns... They are great .... Paid 239.00 each.... Very
reliable.... Will be getting 2 more.... Thank you for making the video....
GunsAndGloves: Seems like a nice little purchase. Definitely a nice alternative to the LCP
& Kahr. Let us know how it handles with lead out the pipe.
Troy Smith: Bought a CPX-2 TT in January. Since this video they have made a minor mod,
I see yours has a firing pin retention screw to remove the firing pin
refered to in the owners manaul. Mine doesn't have one. This is my first
pistol and I need more time at the range. I've put 100 rounds through it.
It's been fun to shoot.
SuperFreeamerican: good review!
king kefius: i picked up a sccy cpx 2 just lick the one u have about 3 weeks ago, the
pistol is very accurrate even at or beyond 30 feet, just a little snappy i
need more practice with, great gun, to small for a rail system. just my
wombatbull: YES 1000 ROUNDS AND NOT ONE BAD THING TO SAY
ibnhall: Reminds me of a Kel-Tec P3AT
Bryant Kelley: Ive been researching this little guy for a couple days now, and I think I
wombatbull: thank you for the post ,, hope you like is as much as I do
Manning Strickland: Love mine and am going to buy another. Most of the negatives on the
internet are on the first generation SCCY 9MM which had some issues. Mine
listed for $269 but paid less with a trade-in. GET ONE....OR TWO!!!
wombatbull: thank you for the info and the post
tatt2gator: I have the gen 2 Cpx2 &I can get 11 in the mags. 1 more than advertised.
Love mine. Will prolly get the shorter version they are making too...and
yes this base plates on the Mags are sharp..lol pinched blood out of my
palm 1St time I put the mag into the gun...
Nimbly: Closer to Kel-Tec P11.
Josh Apple: I thought that it kind of looked like a Taurus 709 Slim.
Thomas Helton: we had trouble out of the trigger spring twice and the slide cracked sent
it in both times they have pretty good customer service i might add
wombatbull: thank you for the post
48conkli: you tube doesn't allow webpages just go to Google and search ArmaLaser TR10
JonNy Begood: where can i get extra mags for this? i cant find any online yet
Ronnie Palmer: Thank you for the review, been looking at one of these and this helped out
Chris Ichthys: thanks for the video and info. Looking at getting one of these.
Tim Coryell: The laser for it is AWESOME! It has a touch sensor so that the laser
automatically engages when you draw the weapon. I can't wait to get my
hands on one.
FirearmPatriot: Nice review. I think I am going to buy one on Friday. Have you had any
reliability issues. If you have a range review let me know. I really like
the fact that it is so light and hold 11 rounds total. Do you know if it is
rate for +P ammo? Thanks!
wombatbull: why do I use gloves ,,, The first time I used Gloves and seen the video I
was focused more on the GUN. thanks for asking
caravan1315a: I picked up mine for 217.99
wombatbull: $289.00 is what I payed
BIGGxDAWG210: cool,looks like the keltec p11,but way better look to it.Ive seen them,but
I didnt know they were US made. Ive been trying to get a M&P shield but
havnt had luck.I might have chk out the SCCY
Larry Bamm: Thanks, I just ordered one. I love the take down demonstration. Excellent!
Plymouth roadrunner: Very good review
butchy586: have you fired this pistol
JonNy Begood: will cpx-1 mags fit cp-x2? i heard the bottoms need to be swapped....