The Scorpion EVO is a 9mm carbine developed by Ceska zbrojovka Uhersky Brod in the Czech Republic in 2009. A variant labled as A1 a select fire, submachine gun whereas the other variant known as S1 is a semi-automatic.
Evolving from a Slovak prototype submachine gun known as the Laugo, the Scorpion EVO is a blowback operated carbine that uses 9×19 Parabellum ammunition. It is made of mostly polymer which makes the Scorpion EVO a light and compact firearm that can be used in tight spaces. Weighing just 6.10 lbs and shooting 1150 rounds per minute, the Scorpion EVO is currently being used by a variety of countries around the world.