CZ still making .40 S&W competition guns

Many pistol makers have exited the .40 S&W market-- Sig hasn't added a new .40-caliber pistol for the past two years-- but CZ is showing they are firmly stuck in 2002 with the new TS 2.
Michael Crites


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CZ TS2 40

While many of the big-name pistol makers have quietly exited the .40 S&W market– for instance, Sig hasn’t cataloged a new .40-caliber pistol for the past two years– CZ is showing they are firmly stuck in 2002 with the new TS 2.

A competition-centered double stack familiar to IPSC, USPSA, 3-Gun, and Steel Challenge shooters, the CZ TS 2 is a steel-framed handgun with a crisp single-action trigger and long sight radius, clad with thin aluminum grips. They are heavy, running over three pounds with the 17-round mag unloaded and no optics fitted. MSRP is $1,695.

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