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    CZ TS 2 family is here!!!

    Ater a long wait we have received couple of these awesome pieces.

    From CZ
    "A generational leap forward, this sports special is built to dominate competition in IPSC Standard Division and USPSA, as well as in other target shooting disciplines and hobby target shooting. The TS 2 base model is suitable for beginners and advanced competitors alike. The pistol is equipped with flat, silver anodized duralumin grips, solid metal sights, extended manual safety on the left side and flat manual safety on the right side. A pin for replacement of the slide stop is included as part of the package. read more"

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    Sold my Shadow 2 for this..... initially I had sllers remorse but that soon quickly faded after some range time with the TS2

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    I can't tell from the photos, how adjustable are the sights?
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    I got a chance to handle one of these at the 2020 SHOT Show. Beautiful piece of machinery with a gorgeous factory trigger (2 pounds tops).

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamg View Post
    I can't tell from the photos, how adjustable are the sights?
    Windage along the slotted dovetail. Elevation would require different rear or front sight height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesro Inc View Post
    Windage along the slotted dovetail. Elevation would require different rear or front sight height.
    I can't for the life of me figure out why CZ produces high end target handguns and then only equips them with fixed sights. My CZ Tactical Sport pistols were the same. I had to buy adjustable rear sights for both of them. Yet the Tactical Sport Orange comes with fully adjustable rear sights. The CZ TS 2 Silver is a $1900 gun. What's another $80 for an adjustable rear sight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ted_dent View Post
    I can't for the life of me figure out why CZ produces high end target handguns and then only equips them with fixed sights. My CZ Tactical Sport pistols were the same. I had to buy adjustable rear sights for both of them. Yet the Tactical Sport Orange comes with fully adjustable rear sights. The CZ TS 2 Silver is a $1900 gun. What's another $80 for an adjustable rear sight?
    I thought this was a bit of a strange decision by CZ as well, as the TS2 Racing Green and Deep Bronze versions do come with adjustable rear sights.

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    I suppose an argument can be made that fixed sights don't run the risk of falling apart or being knocked out of alignment...

    Most competition shooters have their own "pet" load so the point of impact isn't likely to vary.

    A couple of taps here and a nudge there and the sights are set for that load and then locked into place.

    Sort of comforting....to me, anyhow.

    Quote Originally Posted by ted_dent View Post
    I can't for the life of me figure out why CZ produces high end target handguns and then only equips them with fixed sights. My CZ Tactical Sport pistols were the same. I had to buy adjustable rear sights for both of them. Yet the Tactical Sport Orange comes with fully adjustable rear sights. The CZ TS 2 Silver is a $1900 gun. What's another $80 for an adjustable rear sight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreaded Platypus View Post
    I suppose an argument can be made that foxed sights don't run the risk of falling apart or being knocked out of alignment...

    Most competition shooters have their own "pet" load so the of impact isn't likely to vary.

    A couple of taps here and a nudge there and the sights are set for that load and then locked into place.

    Sort lf comforting....to me, anyhow.
    Theoretically you're right, especially if it is a duty or carry gun but in 45 years of shooting including IPSC and PPC I can never recall any of my adjustable sights ever getting knocked out of alignment. I guess if you're shooting the same load at the same distance all the time they make sense but except for bullseye I can't think of another discipline where that is the case and bullseye is where the gun is least likely to get handled roughly.

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    and now the entire family is here, what a nice set of pistols.
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