CZ Scorpion Evo Ultra Comp

(3 customer reviews)

$60.00

In stock

Description

Dedicated comp for the CZ Scorpion Evo with M18x1 and 1/2-28 dual threaded muzzles. Designed to eliminate any 1/2-28 thread protector walk/shoot off issues by replacing BOTH the factory M18x1 flash hider and underlying 1/2-28 thread protector (see section view in image gallery). The Evo Ultra Comp threads onto your 1/2-28 muzzle threads, and sleeves over the M18x1 threads, using the factory barrel nut spring tab to clock/retain the device. If running an aftermarket handguard without a barrel nut (such as free float/aluminum type) the 1/2-28 shoulder inside of our Ultra Comp can be torqued against the M18x1 transition on the barrel to provide a secure and concentric fit. Machined from 4140, heat treated, then finished in black nitride for a lifetime of durability and reliable performance.

  • Dedicated Comp for CZ Evo with dual 1/2-28 and M18x1 Thread Barrel
  • Eliminates Factory 1/2-28 Thread Protector
  • Utilizes Factory Spring Tab for Retention
  • Easy Access to 1/2-28 Threads for Suppressor Use
  • Weight is 1.5oz
  • Machined from Chromoly Steel
  • Nitride Finish (Melonite)

Designed and Manufactured completely in USA.

Gunsmith Installation Recommended for All Parts.

3 reviews for CZ Scorpion Evo Ultra Comp

  1. Kevin V. (verified owner)

    CZ Scorpion Evo Ultra Comp is a great upgrade over stock muzzle brake that comes in two pieces. The inner thread protector ring can get loose while firing this fixes the issue and improves safety!!

  2. Michael R. (verified owner)

    It’s a great way to not shoot your thread protector and ruin your day. I speak from experience. Elegantly simple, well machined, proper tolerances; this is the people’s Scorpion Evo muzzle device. Highly recommend!

  3. Tony

    This should come standard in the box from CZ PERIOD. While we have it better than those with the first gen scorp without the 1/2×28 threading, the protector is a hazard. I thought I could do without the recommended blue thread lock from peers and crank tighten the protector with the tip of a spoon which fit perfectly into the grooves (really dumb in hindsight). Almost 300 rounds into a session, an awful *CLANK!* echoed through the indoor range. I shot the protector into deformed thirds, the bird cage was deformed at the end and shards of led and copper flowered through what it could. Thankfully, the barrel and the threading is still good and my forward hand and its fingers are is still intact.

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