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Poll: Do you regret buying a CZ Scorpion?

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    Plinker

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    CZ Scorpion owners: any regrets?

    To those who have spent your hard earned money and invested into a CZ Scorpion, I have a simple question.

    Do you have any regrets about buying it?

    If so, was it:
    • Under powered
    • awkward to shoot/handle
    • didnít fit the application for which you intended
    • felt cheap
    • too expensive to get it set up correctly with aftermarket parts (trigger, safety, etc.)
    • just too freakín expensive to keep because I love to pull its trigger and buy cool things for it

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    Plinker

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    No regrets, most fun Iíve ever had with two hands. Even after I got her majestyís permission to shoulder and vfg it.





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    I'm happy with mine, especially now that there are Magpul magazines for it.

    I am seriously considering the binary trigger, but that won't be for at least a little bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton View Post
    To those who have spent your hard earned money and invested into a CZ Scorpion, I have a simple question.

    Do you have any regrets about buying it? No

    If so, was it:
    • Under powered It has more felt recoil than expected out of a 9mm
    • awkward to shoot/handle Without a brace or stock (SBR), yes.
    • didnít fit the application for which you intended
    • felt cheap it doesnít feel cheap while shooting, but afterwards when cleaning I always notice how beat up the hammer gets and that does annoy me. Also, I have the micro version and the roll pin that holds the charging handle in keeps on backing out.


    • too expensive to get it set up correctly with aftermarket parts (trigger, safety, etc.) not at all, in fact, quite the opposite
    • just too freakín expensive to keep because I love to pull its trigger and buy cool things for it This, very much so! You will go through ammo fast!

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    Plinker

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    CZ Scorpion owners: any regrets?

    Thatís interesting with the roll pin and it may be because I have mine cerakoted I have never had an issue with the roll pin backing out. The rest of your comments apply to mine as well except I have not payed attention to the hammer wear so no comment on that.

    Edit: mine is not a micro. I had the pistol version with the carbine handguard and I added the k barrel from in lead we trust.

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    I'm wanting to get at least one more Scorpions. I have the normal pistol with the fake suppressor flash can (plans to replace it with a suppressor). I would like to get either a micro, or convert one to a micro. I could also be tempted to get the carbine as well.

    My current one is probably the gun I enjoy the most. I have not done any changes to my gun yet.

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    Pick my Micro up today. Bought it with the intention of using it as a backpack gun for travel, etc. If it works out, it will replace a Mini Draco and save 3-4 pounds when factoring in 4-5 loaded mags, etc. I don't plan on it being a high volume shooter but who knows. And yeah, a suppressor will find its way on someday.
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    I'd have really really really considered the Ruger PCC take-down pistol dealio if it had been on sale when I bought my Scorpion.

    That said, I really do enjoy it.

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    I will agree with BravoMike that the blowback action means more felt recoil than you would expect from a 9mm, but it's not bad. It's still less than a 5.56 AR.
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    Plinker

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    I've had mine for a few years I never leave it behind when I go to the range. Only thing I hated about it is the grip I dont know what they were thinking when they designed it with that angle.

    Every factory mag I have is cracked defiantly have to pickup some aftermarket mags i use the manticore arms mags.


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