CZ 75 Compact vs. PCR?

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    CZ 75 Compact vs. PCR?

    I have a PCR that is an ergonomic marvel. I've got a good belt and an inbound HBE holster and am considering swapping out for a steel version for longterm durability (since weight isn't really going to be a factor). Any thoughts from those who are familiar with both? Thanks.

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