So, could a person buy a (second generation) cpx-2 frame, and use all the parts from a (second generation) cpx-1 to put inside it, but leave out the safety parts?
Corey @SCCY wrote:To answer your question, yes it can be converted over. You'll need the CPX-2 frame and also CPX-2 axis pin. Parts will be around $20. If you decide to go ahead with the plan, call and have a quick chat with Don, our service manager. As far as the question about the "delete kit", that was designed for the "first generation" CPX-1 because some people had issues with accidental engagement due to ther thumb hiting it during recoil. That is also the reason that the "second generation" CPX-1 now have that gaurd molded into the frame, and if they don't need the safety at all (since they are double action only) there is also the choice of the CPX-2.
Str8upChevy wrote: Obviously my first thought was to just use a dremel and grind it down smooth and problem solved. But, I didn't want to do anything that would void my warranty.
HootmonSccy wrote:Should be interesting to see what Corey says about the Dremeling of the plastics.. I think most of us have done some of this to our pistols in one area or another..
Obviously that's just a speculation on my part, but yeah, if i do decided to do that, I'll definitely make sure I call and talk to somebody about it first.
which means his comments here carry no weight with SCCY and do not obligate them to anything he says. I'm not doubting him but just being realistic.**DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions in this message do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of my employer, SCCY Industries.**
Corey @SCCY wrote:As far as waranty on the new frame, as long as your using factory parts, if the part has a defect, it's covered. This is an issue of replacement parts, the CPX-1 and CPX-2 (Gen 2's)are the same firearm, just different versions. When it comes to Dremeling of the plastics or other minor modifications, if we determine the firearm failed due to the modification, then it wouldn't be covered. So if you dremel the gaurd off the safety, we probably wouldn't cover the safety, if you dremmel another area of the frame and the frame cracked in that spot, the frame would not be covered, etc... The rest of the firearm is still gauranteed to be free of defects. Our main goal is keeping our customers happy so you tell your friends about us and purchase other firearms in the future, so if you have any specific concerns don't hesitate to call our service deartment. They'll be more than happy to help you.
Corey @SCCY wrote:Wanted to let you know we did a conversion here at SCCY and as of right now it is NOT possible to change the Gen1 over to a Gen2 grip. The assembly pins are the issue and our service manager Don is looking into the possibility of making this a reality. I will keep you posted and let you know what we find out. Sorry for the confusion.
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