So I've had this thing for a while, and I've put a couple rounds through it: It's a PCR, that's been to Angus to be reworked by him. Added a tritium front, cocobolo grips, and that's it. First, I like the feel of the gun. Those of you who have seen my other posts probably won't be surprised by this - I have largely went to CZ pistols for all my pistol needs, and the PCR is just a cut down '75. I find it to be of somewhat similar size to a G19, though it is lighter and somewhat thinner. It is larger and heavier than a Kahr P9. Sights are fairly decent, being a low mount Novak type deal. I personally think actual Novaks are better, and have pondered greatly cutting a deeper notch in the rear sight. Gun points well, is balanced, and shoots as good as I need it to. No F/F problems to report. Cool pistol, but maybe because I'm picky, I have a couple bitches. First..... is the trigger. It's good, but not as good as my other CZ's. This gun has Angus' "Street" action job, and the hammer was swapped for a '75 SA unit and recut. It still has the factory springs, and the Firing Pin Block was left intact (and not polished up). On CZ's, both of those parts fuck with getting a good trigger, and I'm kinda surprised/annoyed that Angus would have left them in there. While I'm not needing/wanting a crazy race trigger, I see no reason why it couldn't be like my production gun (which has zero reliability problems, uses largely the same/same action/trigger group, and is more better). I think it is entirely possible to have a DA of 5-6lbs, and a SA of 2-3lbs and still have a ultra reliable gun. I have some more springs on order, so I'll probably work on swapping them out, and I'll be ditching the FPB. I have plenty of positive engagement on the sear/hammer mating, so I'm not worried there. Second is the decocker. I hate CZ decockers. I think that they make the gun harder to take apart/work on, add moving parts which can be detrimental to a good trigger, and most importantly; fuck up my grip. The decocking lever interferes with placement of my big meaty thumb with the traditional thumbs high grip. Unfortunately CZ hasn't seen fit to make the PCR in the traditional (to CZ) manual safety DA/SA configuration. To my knowledge (and I've asked) no one has converted one yet. In talking to Angus/CZ people, there is no reason that converting one wouldn't work, it just entails replacing most of the guts in the frame (and no one has tried it yet). Lastly, there are several things on this pistol which I don't think Jive well with the target role (a CCW piece). The slide stop/release lever is a holdover from a fullsize model, and sucks. It's too big, too sharp, and sticks out waaaaay too far on both sides of the frame. For a fairly thin gun, I can't figure out why they wouldn't have came up with a different solution (or just fit the P-01 slide stop, which doesn't protrude on the weak hand side of the frame at least). Ditto on the lanyard ring. With flush fit baseplates (not pictured), this thing sticks out, and is completely unnecessary. The entire pistol could stand a dehorning (though the same could be said for most factory pistols), and I personally would like to see a higher cut to the beavertail/triggerguard. All the above might sound like I don't like the PCR - I do. I just think it could be better, and I don't think I'm going to be replacing my Kahr with it yet. My first order of business is to work out the trigger, and make an attempt at converting to a manual safety SAO setup. That would likely allow me a better trigger (SA CZ's are sick), and none of the decocker mess. I happen to have a spare manual safety fullsize CZ sitting around, which will likely be pirated for parts. Depending on how feasable that is, I will probably break out the Dremel and work on the other areas mentioned above. As it stands, I think it is a viable carry piece, for someone who doesn't mind working with something in the G19 size range.