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Okay!
Got it! And love it!
I do need to get used to the small magazine
My pinky is totally lost and my shots is not as good as a full grip obviously
But trigger is really good
I guess it's time to sell my CCP!
 

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I love mine. 6” 10 shot group at 25 yards no rest. Much easier to clean than my PPQ M1 with conventional rifling. Only real difference I have noticed is the return and mag springs are heavier. Shoots everything flawlessly except Blazer Aluminum. Will fit any holster made for the PPQ. I found a holster specifically for the SC with a Crimson Trace laser at http://dmeholster.com . For magazines go to http://gunmagwarehouse.com . 10 round mags with finger extension $36.99.
 

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I love mine. 6” 10 shot group at 25 yards no rest. Much easier to clean than my PPQ M1 with conventional rifling. Only real difference I have noticed is the return and mag springs are heavier. Shoots everything flawlessly except Blazer Aluminum. Will fit any holster made for the PPQ. I found a holster specifically for the SC with a Crimson Trace laser at http://dmeholster.com . For magazines go to http://gunmagwarehouse.com . 10 round mags with finger extension $36.99.
I agree with this. I think you will like it.

I have Dawson Precision sights on mine, black rear with tritium front.

Other than than the sights, it completely stock.

Once the gun broke in, it's been completely reliable. Like all PPQs, it's comfortable and easy to shoot.

You will read negativity on this board about the gun as changes were made to the design from the PPQ parent design. I'm not smart enough to sort that all out. I can only say, once the gun broke in, it's been a smooth and reliable shooter.
 

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I found that a Pearce magazine extension for Springfield XD 9mm double stack can be reworked to fit the PPQ SC magazine. Use a Dremel to cut a notch in the front of the extension to clear the drop down tab on the SC grip. Remove enough material from the back of the extension to allow the magazine to seat properly. Once you have done this, slowly remove about 1/16” from the section the slides over the magazine until it will lock when inserted. I used the XD extension simply because I had a couple laying around, my guess is the there may be other 9mm double stack extension that will work.
 
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