THIS WAS POSTED ON PERSONNEL DEFENSE WORLD ON THE NEW SCCY CPX-3-TT 380 CONCEALABLE PISTOL,
SCCY Firearms released the CPX-3 in 2017, which I can only describe as a more compact version of CPX-2. The newest member of the CPX family is chambered in .380 ACP, unlike its 9mm siblings. The CPX-3 has the same overall profile of the CPX-1 and CPX-2 and the same white-dot front sight, drift-adjustable white-dot rear sight and trigger configuration. Because of the lighter recoil of the .380 ACP ammo, Roebuck left the recoil-absorbing cushion slots of the 9mm models off of the grip, just ahead of the backstrap.
But the most important difference is the addition of the Roebuck Quad-Lock system. Traditional handguns seat the front of the barrel in the slide with a round surface resting in a round surface, but the patent-pending Roebuck Quad-Lock system employs an additional point of contact at the front of the barrel, where it rests in the slide. The Quad-Lock utilizes two flat surfaces in a 90-degree V-shape for the round barrel to rest in, which forces the barrel into the exact same position every single time the gun is fired. So, in short, while the traditional method of seating permits variation in where the end of the barrel seats, the Roebuck Quad-Lock eliminates this and allows for more consistent operation shot to shot.