Apex Ships Ambi Safety Lever Set for CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1
LOS OSOS, Calif. – Apex Tactical Specialties is now shipping the new Apex Ambi Safety Lever Set for the popular CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 pistols and carbines.
The new Apex Ambi Safety Levers for the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 are designed with additional width over the standard factory safety lever to provide the shooter with more positive leverage during engagement or disengagement of the safety. Additionally, the placement of the safety, when in the fire position, means it won’t interfere with your shooting hand during recoil.
Easy to install with the use of a 1.5mm Allen wrench (not included), the Apex Safety Levers can be installed as an ambidextrous set, or independently (right or left) to work in conjunction with the factory safety or other aftermarket alternatives.
The new Apex Ambi Safety Lever Set for the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1, part #116-103, sells for $44.95, and individual Safety Levers, part #116-104 (left) or #116-105 (right), sell for $24.95 each. The new safety levers are now shipping and available for purchase from ApexTactical.com and Brownells.com.
Dealers and distributors can order the new safety levers by contacting Apex at email@example.com or calling (805) 528-5250.
Features and Specifications:
– Black anodized machined aluminum
– Provides for more positive leverage during safety engagement and disengagement
– Doesn’t interfere with shooting hand during recoil
– Machined indicator line on each lever
– Direct drop-in replacement of factory safety
– Maintains factory safety values
– Fits both the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 pistol and carbine
– Right Safety Lever may not be compatible with all folding stocks
– Easy to install (watch the video)
– Apex Part #: 116-103 (Ambi Safety Set)
– MSRP: $44.95
– Apex Part #: 116-104 (Left Safety Lever only), 116-105 (Right Safety Lever only)
– MSRP: $24.95
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