CZ S2 Ti Reflex Andrew Eager February 6, 2018 Guns, Suppressors 2 Product Description – ***NFA Restricted Item*** With increasing use of Scorpions by Law Enforcement, we knew the time was quickly approaching when we’d need suppressed variants to meet the demands of some of the special units we work with. Not only that, we needed a suppressor that could maximize the available real estate of the Scorpion package while keeping the overall length as short as possible. The resulting gun is the Scorpion EVO III S2 Micro — found on page 6 in pistol form. The can to match needed to be something that we couldn’t source in the marketplace, requiring us to make it ourselves. Teaming up with the airflow specialists at Aerocharger, we were able to achieve the suppression of large cans but in a much more compact package. Comparing it directly to a standard Scorpion with one of the most popular micro 9mm cans on the market, the combo of the Scorpion Micro and the S2 Reflex are nearly 3” shorter, while further dampening the report by almost 10 dB! A fully-welded titanium can, the S2 Ti Reflex is designed to fit under an HB Industries handguard, allowing it to have a 2” reflex blast chamber and giving it the volume of much larger cans while only protruding from the muzzle 5.83 inches. This full titanium can weighs in at just 9.6 ounces and spits out 147 grain defensive loads at well under 130 dB. For Scorpion owners who want the benefits of the S2 suppressor but at a more favorable price point, the S2 SS is the same fully-welded reflex design executed in 17-4 stainless steel. The downside of this stainless construction is a bit more weight — meaning it clocks in at 15.36 ounces. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 2 Responses Jeffrey Brodine November 5, 2018 Will this suppressor fit on the EVO 3 S1? Reply Andrew Eager November 12, 2018 With an HBI MLOK handguard yes. We are currently developing a direct thread model which can be used on a standard scorpion. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.