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My local shop had one today. I almost bought it but thought I would sleep on it as they are not cheap. It looked and felt great in the hand.
 

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My local shop had one today. I almost bought it but thought I would sleep on it as they are not cheap. It looked and felt great in the hand.
100% do it.


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Which one?
Scorpion or Classic?
 
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I have both Scorpion and Classic. Best striker fired weapons I’ve ever shot. Every time I ever fired a Glock I wondered who the hell would ever want one of these? The AXGs make me think who WOULDN’T want one of these?
 

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As GBIA asked, which AXG? I have a Scorpion. It is a fantastic pistol with an amazing trigger. I have posted previously on it. I have been considering a Classic but haven’t jumped on one yet. These things are shooters!
 

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As GBIA asked, which AXG? I have a Scorpion. It is a fantastic pistol with an amazing trigger. I have posted previously on it. I have been considering a Classic but haven’t jumped on one yet. These things are shooters!
Scorpion
 

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Do it!!
 

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I'm going to diverge from the group here.

I've done the striker fired metal frame gun thing. It's not worth it. You're just left with a heavy, expensive gun that still is fired by a mushy striker trigger.

Of course, if you're going to get a P320 it might as well be an AXG.
 

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A word of caution, which may direct your AXG decision to a Classic instead of a Scorpion, I bought an early model Scorpion (Oct 20) with the Cerakote finish...well it's not terribly durable. If defacing the FDE finish in a holster doesn't bother you. You will have an awesome experience. Othetwise perhaps the Nitron finish on the Classic is a better choice.
And as has just been said, if you are not a 1911 trigger snob, (like me) it is pretty impressive for a striker fired trigger pull.
 

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If the price was nice and you’re looking for that size it’s pretty sweet, the m18 is half the cash and also great but back to polymer frames, I’d take a classic just for the looks
 
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The AXG Scorpion is the best striker fired gun I have ever owned so by all means but it.
 

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I'm going to diverge from the group here.

I've done the striker fired metal frame gun thing. It's not worth it. You're just left with a heavy, expensive gun that still is fired by a mushy striker trigger.

Of course, if you're going to get a P320 it might as well be an AXG.
I already have the M17.
 

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If the price was nice and you’re looking for that size it’s pretty sweet, the m18 is half the cash and also great but back to polymer frames, I’d take a classic just for the looks
I like the size. The trigger was an upgrade over the M18, also xray sights which I like. Right now I'm 60/40 for buying it. I need to act fast though as it won't be on the shelf long.
 

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I just ordered a P320 AXG scorpion Custom Works online. It was only $50 over list so I was really pleased to find it.

I’m SIG poor. 3 1911s, 6 P320s and 3 P365s & P365XLs. Never a single issue or mis-fire with any of them.

My EDC is a 1911 Emperor Scorpion Fastback Carry 45ACP or a 365XL. THE 365XL is a great pocket gun however a .45 says STOP in such a special way.
 
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