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  1. #3651
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jericho941Fan View Post
    Anyone CCW a CZ 75 PCR? Considering switching to that or a sig P365 xl.
    No experience with the XL but I prefer to carry my P365 over the PCR. The PCR is a hands down better gun but the small size and light weight of the P365 makes it a better CCW choice for me. It is all going to depend upon your method of carry, clothing, etc.

    To your post, the size of XL would probably make me lean heavily to the PCR though I have not been hands-on with a 365xl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jericho941Fan View Post
    Anyone CCW a CZ 75 PCR? Considering switching to that or a sig P365 xl.
    I carry a PCR quite often. I have both OWB and IWB holsters for it. Great weapon that carries very well.
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  3. #3653
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jericho941Fan View Post
    Anyone CCW a CZ 75 PCR? Considering switching to that or a sig P365 xl.
    Quote Originally Posted by churchmouse View Post
    There are several PCR's floating around in here. I am sure someone will be along directly.
    Someone said PCR!! If I had to pick my absolute favorite CZ model, it's really close between the PCR and P-01. For carry, the PCR definitely gets the nod. The PCR also has a balance in my hand that feels just a bit better than the P-01.

    While I don't carry either of my PCRs, I wouldn't hesitate to do so depending on the weather, as they've both run 100% reliable. For warmer t-shirt and shorts weather I have a S&W PC Shield that is a lot of fun to shoot, easy to shoot well, and disappears under an untucked t-shirt. For cooler weather I lean towards an officer's model 1911 (specifically a Ruger SR1911 Officer in 9mm). The form factor of the officer-sized 1911 is very similar to the PCR, but the 1911 is slimmer.

    The alloy frame on the PCR means you don't have to worry about exposure to some occasional sweat. The ergonomics are (for me) darned near perfect and so far impossible to beat. With some slim G10 grips (which I have on both of mine), I think the PCR would definitely be worth your time to investigate as a very solid carry option. If you can find one that is. They're not always easy to come by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by churchmouse View Post
    I love Mobil One. I am sure the rest have reverse engineered t and what they have is near as good.
    Yep Mobil 1 is what I use as well. I know there is more expensive out there, but Mobil 1 seems to work well for me. I also keep my oil change intervals pretty low, even with using a synthetic.
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    Anybody seen BA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by patience0830 View Post
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    I have exchanged Text with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebSnyper View Post
    Yep Mobil 1 is what I use as well. I know there is more expensive out there, but Mobil 1 seems to work well for me. I also keep my oil change intervals pretty low, even with using a synthetic.
    I still change the Fiats oil between 3k and 4k. The oil that comes out gets bottled up and used in lawnmowers and stuff like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88E30M50 View Post
    I still change the Fiats oil between 3k and 4k. The oil that comes out gets bottled up and used in lawnmowers and stuff like that.

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    I ran the Abarth on ~7500 mile changes. That’s usually about the mileage when the car decided it wanted an oil change.

    The VW is 10k changes, but the Mazda 3 I had briefly was 15k changes. The VW will be once a year oil changes for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Areoflyer09 View Post
    I ran the Abarth on ~7500 mile changes. That’s usually about the mileage when the car decided it wanted an oil change.

    The VW is 10k changes, but the Mazda 3 I had briefly was 15k changes. The VW will be once a year oil changes for me.
    I'd still change it at least every 5k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 88E30M50 View Post
    I still change the Fiats oil between 3k and 4k. The oil that comes out gets bottled up and used in lawnmowers and stuff like that.

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