SCCY Firearms recently announced its newest pistol platform, the CPX-4. Chambered in .380 ACP, the CPX-4 serves as an extension to the CPX-3 that integrates an ambidextrous thumb safety into the design.
SCCY CPX-4 Features
The CPX-4 utilizes the Roebuck Quadlock Barrel for more repeatable accuracy, 10+1 capacity and fixed 3-dot sights. The slide is effortless to manipulate, according to SCCY, making it ideal for consumers who have difficulty with traditional pistols. The pistol ships with three double-stack magazines, with one including a finger extension base installed.
The barrel comes from bar stock, featuring seven lands and grooves and a 1:16 right-hand twist. The receiver utilizes 7075-T6 aircraft grade heat treated aluminum alloy, machined from bar stock. Meanwhile, the stainless steel slide comes with natural stainless or black Nitride finish. The grip frame is a Zytel polymer, featuring molded ergonomic finger grooves.
An all-steel, fully encapsulated recoil spring system allows for ease of disassembly and reassembly. The steel with a Zytel over molded polymer extension slide lock/release delivers an easy operation. When firing, a steel rear sight, adjustable for windage with a locking screw, provides a solid sight system.
The double-action-only internal hammer with inertial firing pin prevents accidental discharge if the firearm is dropped. The pistol also features an ambidextrous manual safety. Finally, SCCY designed the double-action trigger for shooter comfort and accuracy, delivering a smooth, effortless, consistent 9-pound trigger pull, according to SCCY Firearms.
For more information, visit sccy.com.