It looks like the 9mm ammo is starting to open up a bit. I got 10 boxes of Winchester 147 grain flat head at a REASONABLE PRICE from Natchez, as well as some Gold Dots and we hit the farm today. Heavier than my usual 115 loads but hey, I'll take 10 boxes of ANYTHING.
I have worked about 500 rounds through the gun now and maybe I'm just too novice, but I see no reason for a trigger job. It is plenty smooth enough to ping the metal plates at 25 yards and I am an average marksman.
I brought the neighbor along who shoots FN's and he was VERY impressed. As soon as I handed him the weapon he said, "wow, this is a CZ??? compact???". He enjoyed a pinging the plates also and it seems that both the feel and accuracy of the PCR has won him over to the CZ side. Hopefully I can talk him into getting a P0-1, so I can shoot it.
...and the 147's were just as smooth out of the PCR as the lighter loads.
That's the thing about CZ's. Once you hold them and shoot them, you're converted. Well, a lot of folks are anyway. Great trigger out of ther box and it gets better after running 500 rds through them. I have 2 CZ's and thinking of a third one. Congrats on the PCR and the ammo.