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With a 4” barrel and HB Industries short handguard, this diminutive Scorpion is the result of our development of a smaller, suppressed Scorpion for an undercover drug interdiction unit. With a collapsed length just over 16 inches, this pint-sized pistol features a NoOsprey faux suppressor from the folks over at SilencerCo. Its telescoping SB Tactical arm brace extends for additional stabilization, making this one potent little package.

Equipped with our low-profile iron sights, its rear sight has four different aperture sizes for everything from close quarters to way out there. The sights ride on a top Picatinny rail perfect for mounting optics. With 1/2×28 threads hidden underneath the factory flash-hider, users can fit either 1/2×28 or 18×1 accessories to the muzzle.

Simple and reliable, the Scorpion not only has ambidextrous controls, its non-reciprocating charging handle is swappable and reach to the trigger is adjustable.

Product Name: CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S2 Pistol Micro w/ Brace
Chambering: 9mm Luger
Magazine Capacity: 20+1
Magazine Type: Double stack polymer
Frame: Fiber-reinforced polymer
Grips: Polymer, adjustable for reach to trigger
Trigger MechSA
Sights: Low-profile fully adjustable aperture and post, 4 rear aperture sizes
Barrel: Cold hammer forged, muzzle threaded 18x1 right-hand and 1/2x28
Barrel Length: 4.12 in
Weight: 5.5 lbs
Overall Length: 16.35 in
Height: 9.4 in
Safety: Ambidextrous thumb safety

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Alright CZ, release another batch already!☹️ Ditch the Kel-tec "model" of limited supply during high demand. Cash in on volume. Flood the market, thanks. * also waiting on big foot to come riding by on a unicorn.

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Still needs new trigger, mag release, and safety switches. It starts adding up to b&t prices real quick.

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Ya, people are trying to GOUGE for this because it's popular right now, but it can be found for under $975 if you're patient and keep looking... Do NOT allow retailers to rape you for something just because they happen to have it in stock.

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I agree, most stores are brutally gouging people on these. However, I also run a small brick and mortar gun shop, and can tell you, wholesale on this gun is 975 and change, so if you see one for that price, it's either a fake ad, or you better snatch it up, because whoever is selling it is making zero money on it...not a good business model.

CZ is the real problem here. Just like with the P10S, they manage to make enough to get them to all the youtube "celebrities" and byild up hype, and then limit production to keep demand and price high.

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NGOA has had it for about $975, but they are out of stock and also require a membership (but they are legit), and Centerfire Guns had it for $985 just the other day, but they sold out QUICK! But ya, I have noticed that CZ will play those shady business practices of hyping a product, and then you cannot get one unless you pay $200 more than you should be paying. I think a fair price is about $1050 for this Scorpion, but most are selling it for about $12-1300 right now. Take care!

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Yeah 1050 is fair for a new high demand gun. We are extremely lucky at the shop to make 50 bucks average on a gun. Sad to say it. It's hard to keep the lights on when you try to give people good prices and still make a living. These places that sell for 8 or 10 bucks over cost must be insane. It's not worth that just for the paperwork hassle.

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If you are going to compete with internet sales than I would imagine $50-100 is the average profit on firearm that is in demand. Any firearm that's over the $1500 mark will probably net you more right? A lot of premium manufacturers have MAP pricing, so you can make a good profit off of those sales right?

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To a degree, the more expensive guns make a little more. The real money is in used or surplus guns. New guns are so common and widespread, you have to be so competitive to sell them, because you are also competing not only against online retailers that buy in large quantities and get price breaks that way, but against local shops that also do the same shows we do. MAP pricing is just the price you have to advertise the gun for or price it at in the store, but you can sell it for whatever you want. I usually price guns less than MAP. Glock doesn't leave you much room with their MAP pricing, but SIG and some other companies have a large markup that leaves wiggle room.

The worst part about MAP pricing is that smaller stores are careful to adhere to it, because they couldn't afford to lose their ability to sell Glocks, Sigs, or whatever, but larger online retailers are notorious for pricing stuff less than MAP and somehow getting away with it. I guess they just draw a lot more water from the well, so to speak.

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There is no way that you are only grossing $50 per gun sale(presumably your net would be much lower) and still able to keep a brick and mortar store open. I suppose that you are insinuating that you make your money on all of the ancillary items?

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Actually, you can believe what you want, but we do indeed only average about 50 bucks profit on a new gun. Sometimes less, because we do 45+ gun shows a year. At the shows, there are people that do sell guns for 20 bucks over cost, and are happy to tell customers that. It's extremely cutthroat in the retail industry. We are able to consistently beat big box stores like Academy and Bass Pro, with no problem. However, people always go there to buy guns because they just don't know any better or figure bigger is better. But in answer to your comment, yeah, we do make an average of 50 bucks per gun, and have managed to keep the store open for about 8 years now. Mainly due to selling about 50-75 guns a weekend at the shows.

Hopefully you support your local gun store, because I can tell you, the money stays in the community, and it feeds the family of a fellow gun enthusiast who more often than not, does it out of love for firearms in general and not to get rich by any stretch of the imagination.

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I appreciate your comment, I was in no way trying to be mean or facetious. I too am self employed and I know just how cut throat business, in general, can be. All I can say is that there is no way I could profit only $50 per customer/job and still stay in business. So, if you are able to do that, more power to you and I wish you nothing but good luck and fortune, in the future.

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Good comment! I wish you well my friend...

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