KAK Industries CZ Scorpion Adapter

With the popularity of the CZ Scorpion Evo3, parts from CZUSA is sold out. So step in third party. KAK Industries makes a buffer tube adapter for the CZ Scorpion out of 6061 Aluminum and anodized black.



Here it is with their shockwave buffer tube.Evo 2


The buffer tube adapter sells for $50 on their website and it is in stock.

Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

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  • Mark

    Not sure if it’s a design flaw but the safety selector on these bites in to your hand terribly if you’re a right handed shooter. Imagine a thin quarter inch protrusion digging in to the underside of your knuckle on the right index finger the entire time you shoot. That’s the Evo3.

    • Nicholas Chen

      Yep. I discovered that in the Czech Republic last year. But CZ sells a safety delete for like $12.

    • Sianmink

      If it gets any market traction, expect someone to make an altered selector switch.

  • zach

    Just so you know, the aluminum adapter is made by CZ-USA. KAK buys it from them to sell on their own.

  • Ethan

    Now make it a side-folder and Increase the market appeal 10-fold.

    • Nick

      Was that pun intended?

  • Dear CZ,
    Please provide the 922r kits already as promised.
    Thank you,

    • theheineken

      Well, yesterday was the first day of summer. The kits are supposed to be out ‘late summer.’ It’s a little early to be saying ‘already as promised.’

  • Jane

    DO NOT SHOULDER !!!!!!

    • Spencer W

      And if you really want to obey the BATFE do not use two hands….

    • Ethan

      The tragic thing is, no matter how many boots you lick, there will always be more that need a-lickin’. Amaright? ;-P

  • USMC2090

    I’m pretty sure that the adapter is made by CZ and not KAK….fact check the article?

  • JQPub

    I had one of these in my hand last week and like I suspected, the one thing I just can’t get past is grip angle. It’s a real wrist-breaker for me personally… especially on anything short like this. So not gonna dive in and spend a mint to SBR one. Your mileage always varies of course.