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It took awhile, but we finally got some P-09 magazines back on the shelf.
Hello All! When we originally opened up pre-orders for the Scorpion, we had no idea the guns would become the hit of 2015. Once we started seeing how it was going, we kept the pre-order alive for double our initial intended amount. We are now closing the original pre-order. All pre-orders placed up to this point will receive the $800 + $30 shipping pricing. All pre-orders placed going forward from now will receive pricing at $849 plus $30 shipping.
The Scorpions ARE trickling in. If we have not contacted you then assume yours has not arrived. As much as we would like to talk to each and every one of you on a daily basis about your order status, please realize we cannot realistially do so. We do appreciate everyone's continued patience. Trust us, we are as excited as you are when some come in the door.
So until then, sit tight and wait for the call. We have all of our Scorpion orders on a nice big clipboard, so we are not going to miss anybody or forget anybody. Talk to you soon hopefully!
We have started receiving shipments of Scorpions! As promised, we are working down the pre-order list in the order the deposits were collected.
We did not receive as many Scorpions as we wanted or was promised and it appears that all dealers and distributors were affected. There simply are not enough goods to meet demand. And demand is through the roof. At a recent visit to CZ-USA I got a peek at Scorpion orders. I can't and won't divulge the numbers, but suffice to say the Scorpion is poised to become the single hottest item that CZ-USA has ever carried.
So just a quick FYI, if you plan on picking up a Scorpion at your local dealer when they come in, you are probably out of luck. The way things are going it appears that the supply is not going to meet the demand for the entire 2015 year. We here think the best thing to do is place a pre-order and sit back and wait. Stumbling onto one at your local shop probably just isn't going to happen.
Also, factory 20rd and 30rd mags will become available mid to late February. Demand on those items are also through the roof. Same for folding stocks.
In case you haven't heard, the ATF recently ruled that the pistol stablizing brace is a stock if shouldered and used as a stock. I know, another ruling that makes no sense. I have handled a Scorpion with the factory folding stock and it is quite nice, and I would definitely go that route instead of the brace. Once the factory folders are available our shop is planning on converting and registering them, and can do so at our customers request. We can still do the brace option and we are supposed to be getting factory adapters for the brace for the customers that wants them.
Some good info and pics from thetruthaboutguns.com
Top link is focused on CZ-USA, bottom link is CZ Custom. Lots of good things coming out this year! At a recent visit to CZ-USA Matt was able to handle much of what is shown and was impressed.
MATCH AMMO SPECIAL!
Gearing up for the shooting season typically begins early in the year. We are going to help the shooters out by offering some of our 9mm match ammo at very attractive prices:
1K 147gr 9mm, either black bullet or plated bullet $300 shipped!
1K 135gr 9mm, either black bullet or plated bullet $290 shipped!
1K 200gr .45 ACP, either black bullet (old style) or plated bullet $330 shipped! 875fps from 5" 1911, call-in only at the moment
BTW, we will also mix the order, if you want to try half black and half plated bullets we will do that for no extra charge.
This deal will only last as far as our current inventory lasts. Call the shop to take advantage of this special: 501-336-0474
We were informed by CZ-USA today that our Scorpion order should arrive somewhere around the end of January! No word on magazines or factory folding stocks as of yet. We will keep you guys updated.
We still have a few Scorpions that will be unclaimed when they show up, but not many. If you wish to place a pre-order, go here:
Kadet II dapter $375 shipped
Kadet II adapter with Dawson F/O front sight and Tac rear $475
As we are growing we are moving into more areas such as coating to provide are greater all round service to our customers. In keeping with that we also have a dual tone versions of the Kadet Adapters. The dual tone pictured is a combination of CZ polycoat and Gun-Kote in brushed matte stainless.
Dual tone Kadet II adapter $425
Dual tone Kadet II adapter with Dawson F/O front sight and Tac rear $525
For the 2015 shooting season I am going to post some tips and tricks for training. Lots of shooters gloss over training for matches. If you want to get better and perform at your peak then training is a must. I am hoping to expand on this at least weekly and post new content.
This first post is a high level view of the entire 2015 season. Here is how I approach the season:
Have a rough plan of what matches you are going to shoot, and a schedule of when they occur. Include club matches, especially the club matches in your area that are well put together. We are lucky that CASA puts together excellent club matches. All the stages every month are major match quality, and provide an excellent opportunity for testing and benchmarking, or just plain ole practice.
Start getting your gear together. Make sure your gun is fresh and ready to go. I rebuild last years match gun with parts I consider consumable: Slide stop, extractor, springs, etc... I've never broken a slide stop in a match and that is why. Also make sure your gear is up to speed. New mags or springs, belt in good shape, holster in good shape, etc.... Sight the gun in, chrono your ammo, group your ammo in your gun and zero your sights.
Start getting YOU together. I put together a physical training schedule before shooting training. With cardio, weight training, and some aerobic type classes I will start to get stronger and lose body fat.
Put together a shooting training plan. It should include dryfire and livefire. Set shooting goals and times. Plan on attending a class if you feel you need one. Some shooters thrive in class environments and it really sets the tone for the rest of the season.
Finally, set some realistic goals for the season. They can be match performance based, shooting drill based, physical skill based or whatever. It is important to set goals. Once you hit a goal, set a new one and so on. Keep up with them in a shooting journal. Set some stretch goals, which are goals that are going to be hard to meet. You may surprise yourself.
In future posts I am going to discuss each paragraph and go in depth.
I'm looking forward to any discussion on this and feel free to pass this along.
We are going to get some and probably do some SBR conversions. Any interest out there? Retail is $1982, so a bit more expensive than the Scorpions, but it looks well made.
We have started loading .38 Special for our customers using a 158gr RN bullet. That should be especially attractive to the IDPA SSR crowd due to the perfectly round bullets we are using. It is also good for plinking.