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An unconditional lifetime warranty isn’t something you see with a lot of firearms, but SCCY Industries feels that its 9mm CPX-1 handgun series will withstand the tests of time and offers just that.

With its height of 4 inches, length of 5.7 inches, width of 1 inch and weight of 15 ounces, the CPX-1 is ideal for concealed carry.

The barrel of the CPX-1 is machined from bar stock with seven lands and grooves having a 16‐1 right hand twist, while the receiver is made of 7075‐T6 aircraft grade heat treated aluminum alloy, machined from bar stock. The slide lock and release is made of steel with a Zytel over molded polymer extension for ease of operation.

The grip of the SCCY CPX-1 9mm is made from Zytel polymer, with ergonomic finger grooves and an integral “recoil cushion” on the back‐strap. The recoil spring system is all steel, fully encapsulated for ease of disassembly and reassembly.

The pistol uses a dot sight system, which includes a steel rear sight that is adjustable for windage only with locking screw.

The SCCY CPX-1 hammer firing system is double action only and has an internal hammer with inertial firing pin to prevent accidental discharge if dropped. The manual guarded safety is newly designed with a guard molded into the frame.

The double action trigger of the SCCY CPX-1 is specifically designed for shooter comfort and accuracy by designing the system to have a smooth effortless, consistent 9-pound trigger pull. The trigger guard lock is custom designed to properly fit and be child resistant. It includes two keys.

The CPX-1 comes with two double stack, 10-round capacity magazines with finger extension base installed and two flat magazine bases.

The SCCY CPX-1 comes in a carbon steel finish with a self lubricating, hard Nitrate treatment and a scratch resistant Black Nitrate surface for $299 or a Natural stainless steel finished by ceramic abrasion, producing a non-reflective satin finish, for $339.

The pistol comes in black, pink, two-tone black or two-tone pink.

Joining the CPX-1 series on the market is the CPX-2 series. The difference between the two is that the CPX-1 design includes a manual safety, while the CPX-2 model provides an alternative for those who prefer a simpler configuration without the manual safety.

For more information on the CPX-1 Series and other products from SCCY Industries, please visit http://www.sccy.com.

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