CZ Introduces New Single-Action Shadow 2 SA 9mm Pistol

The new single-action steel-framed Shadow 2 SA has the same shooter-friendly ergonomics of the Shadow 2, and can be used for serious plinking, or 3 Gun competitions. (Photos: CZ-USA)

Kansas-based CZ USA this week announced their latest entry to their Shadow 2 line of competition-ready pistols, a single-action model.

On the outside, the CZ Shadow 2 SA looks like a standard Shadow 2, finished in black nitride with a set of striking blue aluminum grips and a blue trigger. However, it is a single-action billed as having one of the best factory pistol triggers on the market.

“While not legal for USPSA Production Division like the standard Shadow version, the CZ Shadow 2 SA and its lighter, crisper SA trigger gives the target-shooting enthusiast the ability to punch paper with precision!” says CZ in a statement.

A beautiful CZ-USA Shadow 2 SA 9mm pistol with blue aluminum grips and target sights

Like the original Shadow 2, the CZ Shadow 2 SA has aggressive checking on the aluminum grips for a solid hold, “even when the shooter’s hands are dirty and sweaty from running stages.” Also, note the ambi manual safety lever.

With checkered front and back straps, and a 17+1 capacity, the Shadow 2 SA has a steel frame and comes standard with a fiber optic front sight and HAJO rear. Barrel length is 4.89-inches, which produces an overall length of 8.53-inches. Weight is 46.5-ounces. Other features include front and rear slide serrations and an extended beavertail.

MSRP on the CZ Shadow 2 SA $1,349

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