Is this an addiction? Is it bad? Can I be helped? Okay, I stopped by the gun store today and handled a pistol that was seemingly made for my hand: The CZ 75. Okay, maybe my hand was made for this pistol, because the pistol is older than my hand. But I've got a few questions... The 75 full size was beautiful, and I thought I had found my perfect match... until I handled the 75 compact. However, with both of these handguns, pulling the trigger resulted in the hammer coming back further than when they were cocked (single action) already. Are there aftermarket triggers that make this pull smoother/lighter without camming the hammer back further? Is there a version of this pistol (75 compact) that has a rail but has the safety option rather than the decocker? The only one I found on the website was a decocker model. Or (horror of horrors) do I need to buy both guns? Finally... will slides swap back and forth? I know that there are GLOCK people out there who like this feature, swapping out uppers. Can I do it with the CZs, or is there extensive (and expensive) fitting required? (question because I want a compact gun for carry, ideally a compact frame with a rail, but would like to swap to full length slides/barrels for competition). I have hope because it is supposed to be easy to get a .22 conversion that works pretty much across the board. I'm hoping that other slides will fit too. I promise... this will be my last pistol. Maybe.