Searching for a gun more futuristic looking than Han Solo's blaster? CZ-USA might just have you covered. The Czech manufacturer recently announced the release of its CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 to the U.S. Market in 2015, a civilian version of the Scorpion EVO 3 A1 sub-machine gun. And if the gun doesn't float the tactical world's boat, as one gander at the above video proves, it should grab the eye of those enamored with unique and cutting-edge lines when it comes to firearms.
The review by the NRA's Colion Noir is worth an entire watch, not just to catch a glimpse of some new hardware. Noir gives a short, yet in-depth history of the Scorpion, from its early days as a .32 ACP to its reinvention as a 9mm. There is also interesting footage of him thumbing off rounds of the fully automatic A1 version; if only it was being introduced to the American civilian market.
As for CZ's new pistol itself, well Noir puts it through its paces and seems to like what the Scorpion EVO 3 S1 has to offer. From the outside, despite being a 9mm pistol with a 7.5-inch barrel, the firearms appears to be a smooth operator. Presently, the pistol has a MSRP of $849.