Smith & Wesson CSX 12615 9mm Luger

We liked several of the features offered in the CSX, with magazine capacity being a big one. But it was less accurate than the SIG. Depending on whether the shooter wants accuracy and speed, or a pistol that more easily accommodates different hand sizes and shapes, our top choice could be the CSX.

S&W engineers put some thought into the bottom end of the CSX. Instead of polymer used for the Shield frame, the CSX frame is made of aluminum alloy with a matte-black finish.
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