Magpul Announces CZ Scorpion Parts Now Shipping

Will P
by Will P
Magpul Industries shows off a Scorpion equipped with their new products.

Yesterday on social media, Magpul Industries posted an image featuring the scorpion-emblazoned jacket worn by Ryan Gosling’s character in the 2011 film “Drive”. They overlaid a date and teased “We’ve got good news for Scorpion fans tomorrow. Stay tuned.” They have since followed up by announcing that three new USA-made Magpul products for CZ’s popular Scorpion family are now shipping to distributors. The new offerings include a replacement pistol grip, an enhanced magazine release, and a 35-round PMAG. Rounding out the announcement is a two-minute video discussing features and benefits, and Magpul has updated their social media profile photos with a scorpion-themed version of the classic “M” logo.

Magpul's teaser image posted to social media on October 2nd.
Magpul's new lineup of parts for the CZ Scorpion.
Pistol Grip:

The MOE-EVO Grip includes the following features, as listed on Magpul’s website:

  • Optimized grip angle allows enhanced control with short LOP stocks and pistol configurations, either with or without a brace
  • Aggressive TSP grip texture increases weapon retention in all environments and is substantially more durable than grip tape
  • Ergonomic design mitigates fatigue and ensures ease of access to weapon controls while maintaining a secure grip
  • High-strength injection-molded polymer construction
  • Easily installs with a 3mm hex wrench
A new Magpul MOE-EVO Grip on a CZ Scorpion.
Mag Release:

Magpul’s product page for the MOE-EVO Enhanced Magazine Release advertises the following:

  • Increased surface area allows for better purchase and positive release activation while remaining low-profile
  • Textured ridges and an easy-to-reach paddle allow ambidextrous use, with or without gloves
  • Optimized lever angle for positive activation
  • Durable, lightweight, high-strength polymer construction
  • Installs easily with a 5/32″ roll pin punch
Magpul's ambidextrous Enhanced Magazine Release for the CZ Scorpion.

The much-awaited Scorpion PMAG offers CZ fans the following features as quoted from Magpul’s website:

  • 35-round capacity with indicator windows at 10, 20, 30, and 35-round intervals
  • Easy to disassemble design for cleaning
  • High-visibility follower
  • Advanced impact-resistant polymer construction
  • Long life stainless steel spring for corrosion resistance
  • Impact-resistant floor plate
  • Paint Pen Dot Matrix for magazine identification
The Scorpion PMAG indicator windows are intended to help with round count tracking.
The Scorpion PMAG's high-visibility follower sits atop a corrosion-resistant stainless steel spring.

With some social media commenters already clamoring for more, such as different mag capacities and additional color options, don’t be surprised if Magpul continues to expand the product line. As you Scorpion owners begin to get your hands on these new parts, please feel free to comment and let us know what you think of them. See you at the range!

Magpul's product video finishes on an image of a Scorpion kitted out with their upgrades.

All images and quoted features are courtesy of Magpul Industries.

Will P
Will P

Lifelong hobby/sport shooter and hunter, former US Army infantryman, perpetual firearms student. Always seeking to become better and learn more. Interested in a wide variety of shooting disciplines, and passionate about all kinds of guns. Contact on Instagram: @WillTFB

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  • M10 M10 on Oct 04, 2019

    I’m interested to hear how these mags compare to the PSA mags that have steel reinforced lips. The only thing they are missing is the witness holes and Marking feature of the magpuls.

  • BodhiStrafe BodhiStrafe on Oct 06, 2019

    The mag is a win. Though I will never understand why folks use the cheap looking orange followers for 'high-vis' vs. a color that does not have negative connotations from the past.
    The pistol grip does not fit to the trigger guard very well and the overall look is not what I am used to from Magpul of the past, for Magpul of today it passes muster however.