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That being said..... the CZ TSO gives up NOTHING to any of the above mentioned pistols. It is as good or better than most anything costing twice as much.
Fit, finish, feel and accuracy are all beyond my expectations.
I can't recommend this CZ enough.
The weighted frame does a great job absorbing the recoil of 9mm rounds. Without a doubt, the recoil on this gun is much more controllable than on my Glock 34, even with 10oz of added frame weights. Follow-up shots are measurably faster.
The sights are what is now considered standard among USPSA Limited class shooters: Red dot front adjustable black rear. They do their job very well. Typically, I like taller sights, but with the limited amount of recoil on this gun, they are well-matched
Reliability has not been a problem, but I have not shot any reduced loads. If you want to compete with reduced loads, lighter springs are included with the gun.
Accuracy is ridiculous. This is the most accurate pistol that I own. I haven't put it on a bench, but I can tell you that I'm missing less with this gun. You don't carry a bench with you when you shoot IPSC or steel, so in the actual shooting arena, that doesn't matter. In a more practical shooting setting, the increase in accuracy speaks not only to the gun's mechanical capabilities, but also the user-friendly, comfortable interface of the total package. You just have to shoot it to understand. The American blood in my veins wants some version of a 1911 to be the best-gun-ever, but my hands like this package more. It just shoots well. Czech it out for yourself. (sorry)
The only area where an STI has this gun beat, by a very small margin, is the trigger. If I was to compare triggers side-by-side with my STI 2011, I'd say the STI is just slightly crisper/lighter/more predictable/better. 9/10 vs 10/10. However, the price difference is $1250; with $1250 in trigger work, I'm sure I could make the CZ trigger as good or more likely better. However, I would consider the differences in the triggers to be more academic than practical. In an actual competition setting, neither trigger is going to hold you back. You'd perform better by spending $1250 on ammo and practicing with the gun as it comes in the factory case.
Just get one. You'l like it, you'll shoot it, and then you'll love it.
Questions & Answers
Q: I wish to purchase the CZ TSO,, but Colorado has a 15 round capacity magazine capacity limit. Does CZ or does Buds Gun Shop offer this firearm with 15 round or less capacity? Thank You!
Gregory, no Sir, just the 10rd Magazine offering. If capacity is the "Only" State restriction, Buds will ship without magazines but you would need to acquire legal magazines separately : https://www.mountainsideoutfitters.com/products/magazines-cz-11105-806703111056-4374
https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/107771/cz-usa+cz+75+ts+9mm+luger+20+round+steel+blackorange+finish and that is the best price I can findSee 2 more answers |
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