CZ Scorpion Upgrades

Sharpen your Scorpion’s protective sting with the following products.

posted on July 28, 2022
CZ Scorpion Upgrades

A. Compatible with all factory CZ EVO 3 models with 7.8-inch barrels, HB Industries’ CZ Scorpion Pakse Sapper 6.4” M-Lok Handguard boasts fiber-reinforced, lightweight polymer construction and an enhanced sight radius thanks to its Picatinny top rail. M-Lok-compatible slots along the 3-, 6- and 9-o’clock positions bring welcome versatility to the platform by offering lots of room for mounting accessories, and there’s an integral handstop to help keep your support hand away from the muzzle. Available colors include black, FDE, grey and OD green. MSRP: $49.99;

B. Constructed from proprietary DuPont Zytel-based polymer, the upper-tower portion of ProMag Industries’ CZ Scorpion 30-round Black Polymer Drum features over-molded, heat-treated, carbon-steel-reinforced feed lips for added durability and enhanced overall reliability. An injection-molded follower ensures smooth feeding. Its heat-treated, stainless steel spring allows for long-term, fully loaded storage without losing tension. MSRP: $106.99;

C. Designed as a one-piece, drop-in accessory to fit all CZ Scorpion variants, including the recent CZ 3+ Micro, Timney Triggers’ CZ Scorpion Trigger has a factory-calibrated pull weight between 2.75 and 3.75 pounds and offers impressive features like a resistant black-oxide finish paired with a hammer coated in NP3 for maximum lubricity. Its hammer, trigger shoe and disconnect are precision-machined and heat-treated to 56 R/C for greater surface hardness and wear-resistance. Like all Timney offerings, the Scorpion’s design promotes drop-in, hassle-free installation. MSRP: $249.99;

D. Featuring an enhanced angle for optimal control and comfort, the Magpul MOE-EVO Grip CZ Scorpion EVO 3 is a desirable, drop-in upgrade over the factory offering. Magpul’s proprietary TSP texturing along the exterior adds a surface to provide uncompromising purchase where it’s needed most. The MOE-EVO qualifies as one U.S.-made part for 922(r) compliance. MSRP: $24.95;

E. Designed to encircle the dominant forearm of a shooter and provide welcome stability, the SB Tactical SBTEVO-G2 brace features an arm cuff, similar to the company’s popular SB-Mini. Its right-side-folding, polymer strut is attached to a lightweight housing that contains an integral QD socket. Such an accessory makes a great choice for disabled shooters or anyone who requires a bit more arm support when firing a large-format pistol. MSRP: $124.99;


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