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    Marksman Whiskey three six's Avatar
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    I would be interested in a PCC from RA particularly if it were in Cal. 9x19 .22 TCM or 7.62 Tokarev and preferably feeding from PPS or PPSH mags.
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    The more I dink with the CZ Scorpion EVO, the better I like it....9mm just isn't all that impressive. Cheap/fun to shoot though.
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    There is a member on the FN forum that SBR'd his and he was having to send it several times back to CZ. I did not follow the thread closely, think there were extraction issues for the most part.

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    Gas operation locked breach in a PCC eliminates the pressure limitations of blow back. It makes for a lighter gun capable of operation with a wider range of ammo loadings and calibers. This can put them in the PDW class. Cost and complexity go up of course.
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    I have a Scorpion Evo SBR. I've not had any issues with it, suppressed or not. It shoots 115, 124 and 147 rounds equally well. The only real issue is that the trigger is a bit shitty. Hopefully the CZ Custom version will improve things a bit. 147g 9mm is nice to shoot suppressed as is 135g loaded just under 1100fps. Liberty Defense 50g +p at 2000fps is quite pokey too.
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    Mikey, did you do the trigger mod like Sean did to his EVO?

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    If I were to get a PCC I'd also get an evo. I like that the mags are less expensive and has had less issues than the MPX.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyC View Post
    I have a Scorpion Evo SBR. I've not had any issues with it, suppressed or not. It shoots 115, 124 and 147 rounds equally well. The only real issue is that the trigger is a bit shitty. Hopefully the CZ Custom version will improve things a bit. 147g 9mm is nice to shoot suppressed as is 135g loaded just under 1100fps. Liberty Defense 50g +p at 2000fps is quite pokey too.
    The CZ Custom is supposed to get the travel down to around .095".....not sure if the disconnector is included in the $221 price....but glad someone is doing a production version.

    So far, my "at home" welding trigger job is great....I'm not going to buy for that reason, but it's a nice option for new owners to have.
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    No, I'm probably going to go the CZ custom route. I did some polishing and reproducing work but I'm still not super happy with it. Given that it's and SBR I'd rather go the factory route but have them fit and tune it.
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