SCCY CPX-1RD 9mm Pistol, FDE - CPX-1TTDERD
Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger
Magazine Type: Double Stack
Sight: Iron Red Dot
Slide: Natural Stainless Steel
Grip Type: Flat Dark Earth Polymer
Trigger Pull: 9 lb
Receiver Material: 7075 T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum Alloy
Frame Material: Zytel Polymer
Frame Finish: Flat Dark Earth
Barrel Length: 3.1"
Weight: 17.5 oz
SCCY is the american deam founded on the american culture. SCCY's CPX series of 9mm pistols bring revolutionary design changes to the already proven quality of these made in the USA firearms. These pistols are custom designed with the comfort and accuracy.
- Magazine - includes (2) double stack, 10 round capacity magazines with finger extension base installed and 2 additional flat magazine bases
- Barrel - machined from bar stock with 7 lands and grooves having a 1:16 right-hand twist
- Receiver - 7075 T6 aircraft grade heat treated aluminum alloy, machined from bar stock
- Slide - quality stainless steel with natural stainless
- Grip and frame - made from Zytel polymer, with ergonomic finger grooves
- Recoil system - all steel, fully encapsulated for ease of disassembly and reassembly
- Slide lock/release - steel with a Zytel over molded polymer extension for ease of operation
- Hammer firing system - double-action only, internal hammer with inertial firing pin to prevent accidental discharge if dropped
- Double action trigger - specifically designed for shooter comfort and accuracy by designing the system to have a smooth effortless, consistent 9 lb trigger pull
- Trigger lock - custom designed to properly fit and be child-resistant, includes (2) keys
Q & A
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.