Smith & Wesson CSX Review By: Harrison


Smith & Wesson has recently released a brand new handgun that is a departure from what they and most of the market have been playing with for the last couple of years with the CSX. 

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Polymer striker-fired handguns have been all the rage for the last decade or so. 

SIG Sauer made a slight change to that when they introduced the SIG P320 AXG series. The AXG uses an aluminum frame as opposed to the traditional polymer frame the gun had been using. 

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One of the most exciting developments in the market place dominated by polymer frames.

The Smith & Wesson was also originally leaked before the anticipated launch date. Was this a marketing plan on the company’s part, or was it an actual leak? 

We’ll likely never know. 

Either way, a lot of speculation was discussed on the internet about what this gun really was. 

The initial picture made it clear that this gun was a hammer-fired pistol with an aluminum frame. The leaker followed it up by letting us know that it shipped with a 10- and 12-round magazine. That’s all we really knew at first. 

Despite only having that knowledge at my disposal, I called my local gun store. They put me on the list to get the first one available. 

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