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 Post subject: Re: SCCY vs. Taurus PT 111 G2
PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 10:43 am 
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I sell a lot of the Sccy pistols, have used one as a personal carry gun and IMO you cant beat them for what you get and what you pay for the gun. I would trust my life to one with no hesitation.

Its not a tiny gun, a little big for a pocket gun but it would work. Plus they do have the lifetime warranty that follows the pistol, but you really don't hear of too many people having to send them in for repairs.

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 Post subject: Re: SCCY vs. Taurus PT 111 G2
PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 3:41 pm 
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So far as reliability and ease of use, I'll agree with waltham and husker - SCCY is a great pistol. If your wife is recoil sensitive (mine is) she'll probably like the SCCY. Think I said this in another thread - my wife has a C9 in the nightstand and "my" SCCY in an IWB holster when we go out (unless I'm carrying it). My other pistols are an SD9VE and a Rossi .38. So... IF the SCCY fits your hand, jason, you really can't go wrong with the sccy - its what HI POINT would be if it were smaller and lighter. I, OTOH< have wide hands and short fingers. I don't feel like I get a good grip on the SCCY when drawing quickly - thus my question about the PT 111. I know Taurus does not have a stellar record with customer service or dependability, but I've yet to read a bad review about the 111 G2 (from someone I trust). Its either that, or go single stack, which I don't want to do.

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 Post subject: Re: SCCY vs. Taurus PT 111 G2
PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2015 7:06 pm 
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I know I'm a little late replying to this one, but what the heck, I'll put my .02 in.

I've had several PT111's, and they're a pretty solid little pistol. I run full tilt loads in all my handguns, and this little firearm handles everything I feed it. But, my Son came home with a couple of the SCCY CPX2's, to which I couldn't resist getting my hands on them and testing them out. I ran oodles of Longshot 115 gr. JHP's through them, they ran flawlessly and were quite accurate at 15 yds.. And I really like the cleaner look of the SCCY also, just seems like they put a little more time into the workmanship.

My wife liked the SCCY also, and she is hard to please when it concerns a handgun.

For me, the CPX2 felt more comfortable in my hands, but I'm a small guy too.

I recently had dealings with Taurus CS, and based on that experience, I'll never buy another Taurus firearm. All I needed was a firing pin spring and the stud that holds the fP in place, and they have those parts on the restricted list, which means I would have to ship the gun to them, not happening. Are you kidding!

As far as concealing is concerned, both fit nicely in my pocket, so it's no issue there as far as I'm concerned.

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