CZ Scorpion Evo Pistol Review

CZ Scorpion Evo

CZ Scorpion Evo

CZ Scorpion Evo Pistol Review

Under the guise of tracking down another rifle for my wife. I picked up a CZ Scorpion Evo 3 pistol, along with the SBTEVO pistol brace and adapter. The idea being that she would enjoy the more mild 9mm recoil than the 5.56 and 5.54 rifles she currently uses.

Once it arrived it was very simple to attach the folding SBTEVO brace, all you need to do is just remove the old rear cover and slide on the new brace. This gives the pistol very nice complete look.  Almost too nice, as every time I bring it out people believe its a stock. Then I threw on a Primary Arms Advanced Red Dot  and took it out to the range with a box of LAX reloads and some WWB.

The CZ Scorpion’s “low profile” style iron sights where quick and easy to sight in at both 25 and the 50 which I left it at, and I co-witnessed the Primary Arms Red Dot to match the irons. This made aiming quick and easy.

Nok Training Knives Review

Nok Training Knives

Nok Training Knives

Nok Training Knives

In order to get the best out of my self defense training, I am always looking out for the best training weapons. So my friend Steve Miles from the Central Texas Combatives Training Group introduced me to Nok Training Knives. And he was not wrong, these Nok trainers are one of, if not, the best training knifes I have ever used. They are now one of the pillars to all of the knife fighting training we do.

Each one is hand made in Thailand by their creators with a wood core and is wrapped in a neoprene covering. They run about $25 and up and come in different styles and sizes. You can even send in a print up on your knife and they will send you one back to use as similar as possible, for extra money of course.

Like I was saying, these trainers have become an invaluable tool to everything that we do. We would not be-able to go with as much force while still being safe if it was not for these Nok training knives. Nok trainers allow you to train at a great realistic speed during sparring and oppositional training, giving you a more realistic experience without a high a risk of injury.  Just remember to wear eye protection!

If you do any type of knife training than these are truly a must, I really can’t recommend them enough.