Ok now I know why kel the isdiscontinuing the p11.
The sccy cpx-2 outclasses it by a long run.
I hate to say it but the sccy cpx-2 is a much better gun. Yes that darn trigger pull is still to be contended with but it is much smoother and lighter. Doesn’t seem to stack as much.
I know I could go with a poly 80 build of a glock 26 like my 17 long slide but I want decreased weight.
The sccy is 17 oz. With unloaded mag.
Glock 26 almost 8 oz more ( if memory serves me).
I am willing to work with that trigger pull.
Anyway I picked one up to do my own aide by side comparison.
The fit and finish of the sccy is much nicer.
The trigger face is wider and more comfortable.
Rear sight steel. Front still rinky dink but I can live with it.
Finger groove front strap and kind of enlarged back strap.
I am not a fan of finger grooves nor the extended pinky finger extended base plate but it seems to work in the sccy.
The grip has more real estate front to back and initially that gave me some concern.
Went to shoot it today and after a couple of mags 115 grain mac tech. I found my sweet spot with the grip
The extra width allows for a better two hand grip then the p11.
I only had to adjust the rear sight a tiny bit and I was good to go.
Fist size group at about 30 feet. Shoots a bit high but still much more accurate than I was ever able to be with the p11.
I went back to to the p11 to compare and contrast. After 2 mags I thought what was I thinking and how the heck was I able to shoot that thing.
Really this sccy cpx-2 is heads and shoulders above the p11.
Dont get me wrong it’s not a glock but it is a decent pistol.
I was able to get and maintain a proper firm 2 hand grip which made all the difference. It breeds more confidence while shooting. Keeps the gun still. That back strap actually absorbs recoil.
It was pleasant to shoot.
My trigger finger does rub on the trigger guard which gives me pause but I think I can find mid to remedy the fit.
I think the p11 will end up being something to tinker with and end up being a dedicated 22lr with the conversion kit I have.
Now if the sccy craps out on me then I will for sure build a poly80 26.
Before that I am going to give it every opportunity to end up being my edc.