It didn’t take very long for the round count on the CZ Shadow 2 to go from 1,000 to 2,000 rounds. Nevertheless, that 2,000 round mark indicates it’s time for a follow up review and there are a few things to mention.
The CZ Shadow 2 and the Trijicon SRO have now sent around 1,000 rounds down range. That means it’s time to see how both the USPSA Carry Optics setup and my opinion of it have evolved since their initial review.
CZ makes some amazing competition pistols. The CZ 75 TS Czechmate was one of those. Even though it doesn’t dominate USPSA/IPSC Open and Limited divisions like the Shadow 2 dominates Carry Optics and Production divisions, it’s still worth taking a look at.
Is it possible to make an already amazing gun better? Yes, it is. And that is exactly what happens to a CZ Shadow 2 when Cajun Gun Works works their magic on it.
Sometimes the difference between holding a pistol and dry firing it versus shooting it is night and day. In the case of the CZ Shadow 2, the difference was astronomical – it went from favorable to marvelous.