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Old 03-14-2014, 04:57 AM   #1
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Anyone handle this gun? Looking for this as my ccw gun.


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Old 03-26-2014, 12:06 AM   #2
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Would personally go with a p01 instead. It has a light rail where the pcr doesn't. May be a little heavier but worth it in my opinion

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No need for a light rail on my ccw gun. Thanks anyhow.


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Then if a cz 75 feels good in your hand youve already made your decision. The only difference with the pcr is a slightly shorter barrel, decocker, and the alloy frame. I love the way it feels and if it weren't for the decocker would be a top pick for a carry gun.

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For me at least

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You dont like decocker?


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Old 03-26-2014, 01:16 AM   #7
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No i like cocked and locked or a striker fired gun. Even if i used double action i would still rather have the manual safety. I can manually drop the hammer and still have the versatility to carry single action if i wanted.

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I believe the new pro tek 1 and 2 have the Omega trigger and the ability to switch from decocker to manual safety

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Just checked and i am wrong. Did find that cz custom is offering the cz 75 compact l, which is a pcr with a manual safety. Cz Custom has imported these from CzUb and is doing a trigger job and spring repkacement. Their price is $960 so i know what my allowance is gonna go towards lol

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Isnt the compact all steel not alloy? Or so i thought


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