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Cz 75b vs xd9 tactical and short fingers

This is a discussion on Cz 75b vs xd9 tactical and short fingers within the Non-XD Handguns forums, part of the Other Handgun Talk category; Your trigger finger pic is the same as mine. I DO recall changing the trigger on the SP-01 to the competition model which has a ...

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Old 01-25-2012, 11:44 AM   #11
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Your trigger finger pic is the same as mine. I DO recall changing the trigger on the SP-01 to the competition model which has a little less curve than the stock "fishhook" trigger, I thought that severe hook would give me blisters on the bottom half of my finger.
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:07 PM   #12
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Guess I'm gonna have to put in time and effect and money to try to find a shop with a cz in it
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:03 PM   #13
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well i found a shop that has a cz sp01 but its about 70 miles away sooooo yeah gotta wait for taxes
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:25 AM   #14
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Depends on the particular model. The decocker versions aren't designed to be carried with the hammer back. I actually prefer the DA pull versus the cocked/locked carry.
Yeah but even with the decocker models when you load it you will be at half cock and the only time you will have the trigger all the way forward is if you have a misfire and go for a second strike.
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Old 01-26-2012, 08:06 AM   #15
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Yeah but even with the decocker models when you load it you will be at half cock and the only time you will have the trigger all the way forward is if you have a misfire and go for a second strike.
Ah, didn't know you meant the half-cock position. Gotcha
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:37 PM   #16
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I have the single action version, not sure if the flatter trigger is shorter than the DA/SA curved trigger.

Hope this helps, can't find caliper, so you get the good reliable ruler (top is a sub-compact):
Think this is the way to go, cz 75b sa and have the Sao trigger installed to get rid of some of the pre traval
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I laid my 75B on top of my XD tactical for a non scientific measurement. When the CZ is in single action, the trigger reach is about the same as the Tactical. My opinion on DA/SA on a 75B - the only time you'd used the DA would be in an attempt to get a second strike on dubious ammo. In a SHTF scenario, rack that puppy and get a new round in the chamber.

Despite any physical measurements we out here in the electron world can supply, YOU need to pick up and handle a firearm to fit. Since your local shop does not carry the models you are considering, maybe you can put out a call in your area by some means to see if anyone locally owns one. Offer to buy some ammo and meet some place to try it out. Perhaps list your location on this forum and maybe a member can help you out in that regard.

They really are different guns. I shoot the XD better.

Another thought might be a 1911 (even a 9mm 1911) and get a short trigger on it.
An EMP (start saving) will be good for small hands. It's almost too small for me.

Another smaller fitting 9mm is the Ruger SR9c.
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well i made the plunge and bought a cz 75 sp01 with night sights gun felt good in my hands the grip is very comfy and the wife approved so i did all the paper work got my handgun safety certificate pass with flying colors now i just go to wait the 10 days to go pick up my baby
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well i made the plunge and bought a cz 75 sp01 with night sights gun felt good in my hands the grip is very comfy and the wife approved so i did all the paper work got my handgun safety certificate pass with flying colors now i just go to wait the 10 days to go pick up my baby
AWESOME AWESOME!!
I think you're gonna love it.
Did you get the safety or decocker?
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AWESOME AWESOME!!
I think you're gonna love it.
Did you get the safety or decocker?
Safety, I can't wait to take it home and give it a bath, then go shooting
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