Available in two variants, the
Scorpion Carbine is a whole new animal. Building on the lauded
submachinegun platform that first hit the US civilian market in pistol
form in 2015, the Carbine has a 16.2 inch barrel fitted with either a
compensating muzzle brake or a faux suppressor.
Fit with the factory’s folding adjustable stock, the Carbine features
a number of US-made parts to make it fully 922(r) compliant. One of the
nicest features of the firearm is the newly-designed forend, covered in
M-LOK attachment points to keep the profile slim while still being big
enough to swallow most pistol-caliber suppressors should the owner
decide down the road to convert it into an SBR for use with a
A top Picatinny rail is fit with iron sights and allows the mounting
of a wide number of optics. Simple and reliable, the Scorpion not only
has ambidextrous controls, its non-reciprocating charging handle is
swappable and reach to the trigger is adjustable.
With a wealth of accessories and attachments available for the
Scorpion platform, customization can easily be done with a number of
stocks, grips, forends, magazines, safeties, mag releases, charging
handles and triggers designed specifically for the EVO 3 platform.