ACR Stock Adapter for CZ Scorpion by Dan Haga Designs

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    If you have a relatively rare rifle/PCC (I mean not an AR or AK) and you want to mod it with parts borrowed from another uncommon gun, then chances are good that you will find a solution at Dan Haga Designs. In particular, if you always wanted (why not?) to attach a Bushmaster ACR stock on your CZ Scorpion EVO 3, then I have good news for you – Dan Haga has just released such an adapter.

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    Let’s see how the manufacturer describes this new product.

    Adpatper for mounting the Bushmaster ACR™ stock on your CZ Scorpion.

    This adapter will allow full use/function of an ACR™ stock or ACR™ Tailhook brace. The ACR™ stock or ACR™ Tailhook brace will be able to fold and lock while folded. Shell ejection will be uninterrupted while folded.

    Machined from 6061 aluminum and hardcoat anodized black (Mil-A-8625 Type III Class 2).

    I would never think that this combination will look so cool. Look at the below-embedded image. It almost looks like the ACR stock was designed for the Scorpion. The only thing that I would add to this rig is a suppressor to make an ultimate PCC. I think a CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Carbine equipped with an ACR stock would also look great. Besides the beautiful appearance, the only significant practical advantage gained from having an ACR stock (compared to the standard Scorpion carbine stock) is probably the adjustable cheek piece.

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    Dan Haga Designs Scorpion ACR Adapter is listed on the companies website at an MSRP of $90.

    I think it is great to have options especially when it comes to non-mainstream firearms. Let us know what do you think about this product. Is it something that you did wish someone will make or do you think it is an answer to a question no one asked? Sound off in the comments section.

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