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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    I will make sure we have it in FDE.
    Just ordered the black one for a CZ Evo I traded for. As I said on another post, thanks for taking the time to sort this stuff out, post videos, etc. Thanks again for the free forum too. I’ve saved a lot of money and time here by letting others do the R and D.

  2. #102
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    The magpul extended mag catches are now shipping. I just ordered one I'll post my thoughts soon as I have it.

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  3. #103
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    Received the Magpul mag catch today.

    I'm impressed it has a paddle and the side surfaces are extended. It works well when activated with your trigger finger or with your support hand thumb.

    Magpul really knocked this one out of the park its extended just enough to be more effective but not so much that it will snag on anything.

    It also had zero fitment issues mags fit with it same as they did with the factory. The catch installation was easy just had to drift out a role pin swap the spring over and replace the pin didn't even have to pull the trigger housing off.

    It's also half the cost of the tacky looking CNC machined options on the market.

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  4. #104
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    Thanks CJ , looking forward to your range report & especially when you run in your matches

  5. #105
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    Received the magpul evo 3 grip today. Substantial improvement over the factory and the previously available aftermarket options. Now I'm just waiting on the mags

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  6. #106
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    What would you think of a big reduction in trigger weight with

    the addition of our spring kit and bearing surfaces done in NP3?


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  7. #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    What would you think of a big reduction in trigger weight with

    the addition of our spring kit and bearing surfaces done in NP3?


    The trigger is pretty atrocious out of the box. I'd be interested.
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  8. #108
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    Would this be compatible with the EVO 3 S2 micro, sorry for a seemingly dumb question but want to double check. I have been sitting on the fence wanting to pick up a scorp and have shot buddies quite often but the trigger has kept me from making the purchase. I know I could get some sold to them, I would be interested as well.

  9. #109
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARodPDT117 View Post
    Would this be compatible with the EVO 3 S2 micro, sorry for a seemingly dumb question but want to double check. I have been sitting on the fence wanting to pick up a scorp and have shot buddies quite often but the trigger has kept me from making the purchase. I know I could get some sold to them, I would be interested as well.
    If the grip is the same size as the other models I can't think of any reason why it wouldn't be

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