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Cz 75b vs xd9 tactical and short fingers

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Old 01-24-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Cz 75b vs xd9 tactical and short fingers

Well I've done hours and hours of research and comparing, here is what I wanna know if from you guys with all the hands on stuff, I have medium to largeish palms with my cursed short fingers from the webbing on my thumb to the tip of my trigger finger is 4 1/4-4 1/2 in and I've read that the cz has a very far reach and LOP and I want a gun that I can shoot with out compermizing proper grip, and my problem I can't anyplace close to handle the cz without buying it site unseen I would also have to order the xd9 tactical but at least the shops carry the xd9, so would it be worth getting the cz and alway having to reach the trigger or go with xd with less LOP?
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Old 01-25-2012, 12:15 AM   #2
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A picture with a ruler measuring your hand would be helpful. The triggers on my CZ-75SP-01 and XD-45Tactical are in about the same spot with my hands.
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Old 01-25-2012, 12:47 AM   #3
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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):
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:00 AM   #4
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replace the grips with a set of the thin aluminum grips from www.czcustom.com. I have very small hands and my CZ Shadow fits fine.

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i guess i could maybe get the cz 75b sa and install thinner grips, well here is pics of my little sausage fingers not sure if it will help any but it cant hurt be kind with the hand jokes, and please feel free to ask for a different position to measure in it will help me greatly
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:21 AM   #6
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i keep hearing that the cz sp01 is kinder to people who have verticly challenged finger any truth and how much would it help?
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Also consider that you will rarely use the double action so the trigger sits a little farther back in SA mode.
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:07 AM   #8
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Also consider that you will rarely use the double action so the trigger sits a little farther back in SA mode.
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.
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Your fingers look about the length of mine. Mine are a little thinner, though.

The LOP with CZs kind-of depends on the model. The P-01 and PCR have shorter LOPs.

My pointer finger from web of thumb to tip of pointer is about 4 3/4". From web between middle and pointer, my pointer measures 2 3/4". I don't have trouble reaching the trigger and actually compete in matches with my 75BD. All my CZs have the standard, rubber grips (no thin grips).

It really depends on what you're used to. It's not up close like an XD or Glock trigger, but definitely doable. I've never found the trigger reach a problem and quite the contrary, I'm most accurate with my CZs, easily more accurate than with an XD or Glock. As mentioned, I compete with a 75BD which would be considered a long trigger reach, but it's never been a problem and I do quite well. YMMV

If you still want to go the CZ route, I'd recommend trying the P-01.
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My fingers are longer than yours, but I still measure about the same distance as you. Your palm is obviously larger than mine. I shoot my 75B very well and it's the most comfortable grip of any gun I've shot. I did add the cocobolo grips from the CZ custom shop. They are slightly thinner than the stock black plastic ones.

The reach is definitely longer than an XD but it doesn't throw me off.

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