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CZ USA 75 D Pcr Compact 9mm Decocker Blk Alloy 14rd
CZ USA 75 D Pcr Compact 9mm Decocker Blk Alloy 14rd
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CZ USA 75 D Pcr Compact 9mm Decocker Blk Alloy 14rd

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Your Price: $651.99
Part Number: BHCZ 91194
Availability: In Stock - 194

Weight : 3.31

Action: Da/sa
Caliber: 9mm
Magazine Capacity: 14
Magazine Type: Double Stack
Frame: Aluminum (7075 T6)
Grips: Rubber
Sights: Snag-free Fixed 3-dot
Barrel: Cold Hammer Forged
Barrel Length: 3.800 In
Weight: 1.710 Lbs
Overall Length: 7.240 In
Height: 5.030 In
Width: 1.380 In
Safety: Decocking Lever Safety Stop On Hammer Firing Pin Block Safety Loaded Chamber Indicator
The Pcr Name Stands For police Czech Republic The Group For Whom The Model Was Originally Designed. Nearly Identical In Size To The Cz 75 Compact It Weighs In At A Full 1/4 Pound Lighter Owing To Its Forged Aluminum Frame Making It More Comfortable For Everyday Carry.
Equipped With A Decocking Lever The Pcr Is Designed To Be Decocked Before Holstering. After Decocking The Trigger Safety Is Much Like That Of A Double Action Revolver. While There Is No Need To Flip A Safety Lever Off The Relatively Longer And Heavier Trigger Pull For The First Round Requires The Conscious Decision To Pull The Trigger Before Firing. Other Additions To The Pcr Include Rubber Grip Panels Serrated Front And Back Straps For Improved Handling And A Loaded Chamber Indicator.

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