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TS2000 ?????

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Buttstock, Feb 12, 2008.

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  1. Buttstock

    Buttstock TS Member

    Aug 5, 2006
    Can anyone give me some information on the TS2000. Have not seen to many of them, was told that they are a Seitz copy. Good, Bad, and etc.
  2. Bob Schultz

    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

    Jan 29, 1998
    Tuxedo NC
    Tony DiSimone the Perazzi guy from California, has them made in Brescia, Italy. From all indications is is a duplicate (of sorts) to the Silver Seitz.

    I pulled one apart a while back and although the finish of the interior parts was not as refined as the Silver-Seitz it was extremely well made. The tolerances and the hardness of the metal were as good as any I have seen. The Trigger is unique as it can be set up as a pull or a release with a relatively simple internal adjustment...about a $500 savings if you let go rather than pull.

    Tony told me that Silver Seitz parts will fit .. and the few that I tried did fit nicely. The stock is the same bolt up as the S-S gun and wood is interchangeable. The Precision Fit Stocks will fit as well. The adjustable rib works like an MX-10 Perazzi. Easy.

    The barrel on the one I was playing with had a bore of .735 with .035 of choke. the POI with a stacked bead sight picture was 100% high with the rib all the way dodwn at the muzzle and about 60/40 all the way up.

    What impressed me about the gun is the feel. The balance is more like a Perazzi than a Silver Seitz. Moves to the target fast and recoil is light.

    The one I played with had some nice engraving around the receiver and really super looking wood. Standard wood is gorgeous! It comes in a beautiful metal and leather case.

    At the $12K level I don't see a lot of folks running to buy them. But if you are looking in that range it has a lot of merit.

    Bob Schultz
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