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Originally posted by BB61:
Rogue, I've been struggling with a sling for my CZ. I like yours. What kind is the sling and the front attachment "wire?"
Thx


It's a Blue Force Gear VCAS sling.

https://www.blueforcegear.com/vickers-sling

The front attachment is a Blue Force Gear U-Loop, with the wire threaded through the front sling loop on the Scorpion.

https://www.blueforcegear.com/uloop

If you don't have a rear attachment like on my Tailhook, you can get a second Uloop and use it on the Scorpion's rear sling loop.
 
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Originally posted by BB61:
Rogue, I've been struggling with a sling for my CZ. I like yours. What kind is the sling and the front attachment "wire?"
Thx


It's a Blue Force Gear VCAS sling.

https://www.blueforcegear.com/vickers-sling

The front attachment is a Blue Force Gear U-Loop, with the wire threaded through the front sling loop on the Scorpion.

https://www.blueforcegear.com/uloop

If you don't have a rear attachment like on my Tailhook, you can get a second Uloop and use it on the Scorpion's rear sling loop.


Thanks!!!!!


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Originally posted by XLT:
I dont mean to hijack but that gun makes me tingle. the front forearm who makes it? and more details on that gun would make my day. the front flash hider with all the holes in it is awesome please tell me more.
Looks like an HB Industries forend.

https://hbindustries.net/store...rds-for-cz-scorpion/

I have their K-kit with forend and 5" 3-lug barrel.



It is AWESOME.
 
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Just an update I swapped my SBT Evo folder for the tailhook setup and it's a huge difference. I'd strongly recommend the tailhook. The SBT wasn't bad at all but there's no flex in the tailhook.
 
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What did it end up costing you to do the switch?
 
Posts: 1000 | Location: hampton roads, va. | Registered: October 03, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I added items to the trade so its hard to put a price on it. Worth it though. If you are starting from scratch they arent that far from each other value wise and I think the tailhook is miles better.
 
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Originally posted by Anubismp:
I have the same brace. I've heard good things about the Tailhook factory combo though I'm not sure if it locks folded. I've also had interest in the pdw brace.

How are you liking the holosun for the scorpion? Does it cowitness?


Ooops...just noticed the CZ front sight is adjustable like an AR sight. Will mess with the post height and see.

The gun is already zeroed with the Holosun.
 
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If I were to buy another I'd get an SB Tactical CZPDW brace. I've got 2 of their 3 position AR PDW braces and wouldn't hesitate ... The slide rods are smooth and comfortable as cheek welds unlike HK's collapsible stock rods


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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Are you guys able to comfortably shoulder these braces?
 
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