Use this drop in Safety Delete to correctly remove the intrusive factory safety on the RIGHT or LEFT side of your CZ Scorpion EVO3. Designed specifically for either the RIGHT or LEFT side, the unique wing on our Safety Delete prevents the selector from being pushed laterally through the trigger pack. Laser etched with a position indicator to clearly communicate safe/fire weapon status to other operators. Machined from billet 6061T6 aluminum and hard coat anodized to MIL-A-8625, this the toughest Safety Selector available.
Designed and Manufactured completely in USA.
Gunsmith Installation Recommended for All Parts.
Posted by James on May 6th 2020
It didn’t take me long to realize that, even though the ambi safety on the Scorpion is a great idea in theory, in reality I don’t need it. I’ve learned to shoot left or right handed, and am accustomed to safety manipulation on the left side of the gun. So I decided on this safety delete due to the fact that the CZ safety lever felt like it was more trouble than it was worth. I like that this delete I anozided aluminum, and the cost is on par with the plastic safety delete that CZ sells on their own online store. I find it kind of funny that the issue with the factory safety has become a big enough issue that even they offer the delete themselves. The HB safety delete is straightforward. It comes by itself. I reused the factory screw to install this after I removed the plastic lever from the firearm. There were no instructions with the HBI delete. That said, it’s not difficult to replace the components at all. Simply remove the lower from the weapon and flip the safety to fire. There is a channel built in that facilitates access to the retaining screw. Unscrew it and pull the lever off. Line up the safety delete and push it on. Then install the screw with a dab of blue loctite to keep it in place once you’ve tightened it down. I think part of the cost savings is that HBI didn’t include the Allen key to install. No big deal. I had a 1.5mm Allen key that I used to do the swap. You can pick up a set of Allen keys pretty cheap, and if you’re a gun person, you should really have a set already. Overall 5 stars for fit and finish. Great product. Inexpensive.