I purchased one in 2005 soon after they first came out (serial# 700+) under the brand name SKYY. I've shot about 2,000 rounds through mine over the years and haven't had any problems. It seems most malfunctions/problems that do happen occur during the first 200 rounds or less - usually with older CPX-1's - and after that, they work fine. SCCY had a few growing pains the first few years but since the updated CPX-1 was released 4 or 5 years ago and with the release of the new CPX-2 a couple of years later most people who own one seem happy. While I never had a reason to use it, from what I hear customer service is outstanding.
FYI it is no target pistol. I also wouldn't put it in the same class as my Colt's, Rugers, S&W's or SIGS and I wouldn't want to shoot more than 50 rounds at a time because it becomes uncomfortable. However, it cost a LOT less than any of those guns and mine will place three shots in a 2" circle at 50 feet. I paid $210 NIB for my gun in '05 and in my opinion, it's a bargain for a close range self-defense handgun. Would I buy another? Probably not since the one I have still works just fine. However, I did give one to my son as a birthday gift a few years ago if that says anything.
"... Americans... we want a safe home, to keep the money we make and shoot bad guys." -- Denny Crane
Last edited by rachilders; 04-30-2013 at 10:06 PM.