Posted September 1, 2015 12:00 pm by Comments

By Nick Leghorn


The firearm for this review was provided by the Kentucky Gun Company.

CZ-USA has introduced a couple new firearms this year, which I’m really digging. It definitely makes my job easier — I’d much rather review a completely brand new firearm than the latest variation on a theme from the GLOCK or H&K factory. Earlier in the year the “hot new thing” from CZ was the Scorpion EVO 3 pistol, a pistol caliber firearm designed to compete with the SIG SAUER MPX and others coming on the market. Today we’re looking at their newest offering, a pistol sized semi-auto rifle designed to compete with the other various and sundry modern semi-auto rifles. But in an already crowded space, is there room for the foreign import?

Let’s get this out of the way at the start: what we have here is, without a doubt, a SCAR knockoff. I was on the FNH USA shooting team. I have owned two SCAR rifles, one of which I have taken apart a few times and SBR’ed, and worked on el jefe RF’s SCAR rifles. I am intimately familiar with every corner of that gun, and I can say without a doubt …read more

Source:: Truth About Guns

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