Rehv Arms Scorpion ZAP

The Rehv Arms Scorpion ZAP is an adapter that allows users to install the Yugo compatible version of the Magpul Zhukov Folding Stock to their CZ Scorpion. The adapter was designed in collaboration with Cloudbreak Design. The Zhukov Stock actually looks very seamless on the Scorpion and the folding functionality is in fitting with the compact design of the firearm.

Rehv Arms does not currently have a functional website. You can visit their Facebook page to purchase an adapter ($59.95 shipped).

Rehv Arms also sells on Gunbroker.

EDIT: The Rehv Arms website is now up and running. The ZAP is available direct.

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7 Responses to Rehv Arms Scorpion ZAP

  1. Brandon February 13, 2016 at 11:15 #

    Do want.

    • factor,12 February 13, 2016 at 14:33 #

      not gonna lie i a have a ddi ak w/ a magpul zhukov stock… the stock fucking blows, you tap hilton the left side and and folds WTF the magpul.

      • Matt February 13, 2016 at 14:58 #

        Neither of mine do that. Have you contacted Magpul?

      • HSR47 February 13, 2016 at 22:26 #

        I work in a gun store; We’ve had a few of the DDI AK47s through with the Zhukov stock, and I experienced this issue with at least one of them.

        On the other hand, I went out to the Great American Outdoors Show (GAOS) on Thursday, and I tried to replicate the issue with the two Zhukov-stocked rifles in Magpul’s booth and I was entirely unsuccessful.

        That means it’s probably either a bad run from Magpul, or DDI screwed something up. Unfortunately I’ve only tried to replicate the issue on 3-4 rifles, so I don’t have a big enough sample size to narrow it down further.

      • HSR47 February 13, 2016 at 22:32 #

        This is the second company I’ve seen come out with a product to put a Zhukov stock on a CZ Scorpion Evo; Personally, I like the look of the other one:

      • HSR47 February 16, 2016 at 13:05 #

        An update: We got another Zhukov-stocked DDI rifle in at the store; I tried getting it to collapse like the previous one did, and I was unsuccessful.

        This seems to confirm that the behavior we have both seen from certain Zhukov stocks on certain rifles is anomalous. It’s clear that there is a material defect in parts/workmanship. If I were you, I’d get in touch with DDI and/or Magpul to get it fixed.

  2. Raoul O'Shaugnessy February 13, 2016 at 17:26 #

    Yetiwurks replacement grips..ok, I figured that out. I’d like to know alot more about that replacement safety and trigger.

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