Unboxing The CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1 9mm Pistol

Hey, Andrew here with Omaha Outdoors and today I wanna show you something inside a cardboard box from CZ. What could it be? Well, if you guessed that it is a CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1 pistol, then you’re correct. First we have to get through the outer layers of cardboard. This is the owner’s manual by the way and there’s something cool in here so don’t throw this away.

CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Pistol For Sale

There it is, ok; so this is the pistol version of the submachine gun they developed several years ago for military and law enforcement. It comes with two 20 round magazines – these are slightly translucent so you can see whether they’re loaded or not. We have a replacement, this will thread on – if you remove the comp – this will thread on the muzzle, so you can put an actual sound suppressor on there. Over here, we have a front side adjustment tool, and a CZ branded bore snake, which I think is pretty neat, gun lock? Ok, whatever, let’s get to the gun itself. So, it weighs 5 pounds, let’s clear it; like an MP5, you can do the cool karate chop thing to get it to go into battery, but unlike an MP5, this probably doesn’t suck. It has a picatinny rail on the top, a picatinny rail on the side, a picatinny rail on the bottom, picatinny rail on the other side, there’s picatinny rails everywhere. Ambidextrous thumb safety – this is semi auto, not full auto, sorry. We have sights on the top: just a standard front post, and then a rotating, 4 aperture rear sight, for different distances. We have a hand stop up front here so you can still count to 10 after you’ve been shooting and your hand doesn’t slide in front of the muzzle. We have two bolt releases, which is kind of interesting. Again, we can do the cool karate chop, or you can use this if the bolt does not lock to the rear with that. I will show you –with a magazine. Bolt locks to the rear when you’re done shooting; you use this to make it go into battery. This itself will not, you’ll have to use this if you have a magazine inserted – empty magazine inserted – to go forward. And then, finally, ambidextrous magazine release. Pretty cool, lots of sling attachment points. We have hook here, hook here, loop, loop, QD socket on the back. All kinds of different things you can add or remove from this thing; I’m really looking forward to getting it out to the range.

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