maybe. :D I just added to my CZ collection ( a whole 2 pistol now :o). My friend had a CZ75 D Compact (I think it's the CZ75 D PCR, it has an alloy frame anyway) imported in '03 in really nice shape for $400. I picked it up this morning and he tossed in a DeSanti IWB holster. :D Not a bad deal really. I put ~230 rds through it this morning without a hiccup. I shot in our club match and did just fine. The CZ75D compact fits my hand well and is very accurate. I'm very pleased with my recent CZ purchases (picked up '96 CZ75B in January). The DA trigger may take a little getting used to, but is not bad at all. I wish I could adjust the trigger take-up so there is less travel at the beginning of the pull. burningsquirrels or armoredman, can this be done on a PCR? I'll get some pix up a little later.
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February 21, 2009, 11:16 PM
if it's a decocker model, you decock to half cock which has the trigger a little closer to the rear of the pistol.... i don't think it can be moved closer than that since it's position is determined by the half cock notches on the hammer, but i'm no expert... the SA timing can be changed so that it all happens later in the pull, but it is not advisable since pulling from hammer down makes the pull very very long to the hammer drop.