SCCY Firearms Announces CPX Red Dot Lineup

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posted on November 25, 2019
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SCCY has announced the new CPX Red Dot Pistol Series to its lineup, which incorporates a factory Crimson Trace, CTS-1500, 3.5MOA red dot to the 9 mm Luger CPX-1/CPX-2, and .380 Auto CPX-3/CPX-4. The CPX Series retains backup iron sights but allows the user to focus on the target by utilizing the parallax free red dot from Crimson Trace. These 100-percent American-made pistols will be competitively priced with a MSRP of $339 (CPX-2, CPX-3) and $349 (CPX-1, CPX-4).

The CPX Red Dot Series is packed with features such as the Quadlock Barrel for repeatable accuracy (CPX-3/CPX-4), 10+1 capacity, and fixed sights. The CTS-1500 is auto dimming with more than 20,000 hours of battery life. In addition, the CTS-1500 comes with Crimson Trace’s factory 3-year warranty. The CPX Red Dot Series is shipping now. For more, visit SCCY.com.

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