CZ Scorpion EVO S1 Pistol upgraded with CZPDW Stabilizing Brace


The CZPDW allows shooters to adjust the brace to suit their needs. (Photo: SB Tactical)

SB Tactical crafts a special stabilizing brace, the CZPDW, for the CZ Scorpion EVO S1 Pistol announcing that the new brace is now shipping.

Using Manticore Arms’ Scorpion Evo Slider Stock housing, the CZPDW delivers three-positions for users to adjust to suit their needs while offering a third point of contact for stabilizing the Scorpion EVO S1 when firing. The brace comes complete and ready to install on the Scorpion out of the box.

Clockwise from top: Collapsed, midpoint and fully extended.  (Photo: SB Tactical)

Tipping scales at 13-ounces, the CZPDW measures 3.25-inches collapsed with a 7-inch midpoint and 9.25-inches fully extended. The housing itself is made from 6061 hard-coat anodized aluminum and boasts an integral QD sling attachment. The brace comes in the shooter’s choice of black or FDE.

“Designed for the CZ Scorpion Evo pistol, the CZPDW Pistol Stabilizing Brace is 3-position adjustable and features a pull-through design allowing you to quickly extend the brace without having to depress the button,” the company said in a statement.

BATFE compliant, SB Tactical says the brace does not change the classification of the pistol in accordance with GCA provisions. The CZPDW is available from SB Tactical with a MSRP of $279.

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