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CZ PCR Question

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by verdun59, Feb 22, 2011.

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  1. verdun59

    verdun59 Member

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    Yesterday at the range I was shooting both the 75b and the PCR and I noticed a disturbing trend. The PCR increasingly seems to cause trigger finger sting. I've looked on the CZ forum and see a few comments about this but no suggested cure, or for that matter, the cause.
    So I thought I would ask some of you folks. Do you think a recoil buffer would lessen this problem, or any other suggestions (no not to buy a Glock) would be helpful.
     
  2. Pilot

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    I've carried and shot a PCR for the last eleven years and never experienced trigger sting. You may want to change out the curved trigger to a straighter one and/or check on the CZ Forum to see what they say. I have read that some people do not like the curve on the stock PCR trigger, but its never been a problem for me.

    I don't think a recoil buffer is the answer.
     
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    Recoil buffer will not help. There is something off between the fit of the pistol to your hand. Has anyone else shot the pistol and experienced the same thing?

    It is not a defect IMHO it might just not be a good fit.
     
  4. verdun59

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    Thanks for the info, the buffer was just a guess on my part. Let me ask you this, could it be some sort of timing issue? The trigger is the same as the one on my 75B and that presents no problem. It's perplexing not to mention irritating.
     
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    Just a guess but it could have to do with grip angle and grip position. The length of pull on the PCR is much shorter and the 75B.
     
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    The gun is also lighter than the 75B. And is it possible the serrations are digging into your finger? The trigger could be smoothed, rounded and polished. FWIW, I've never noticed anything like this with mine.
     
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