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Question for PF9 owners

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by G36's Rule, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. G36's Rule

    G36's Rule Senior Member

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    Short question.

    How do you deal with the small space between the front of the trigger and the trigger guard?

    I really want to try one of these, but I have a hard time getting my finger on the trigger. It is too far forward.
     
  2. MrVvrroomm

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    I new a large man that bought a Fiat Spyder. Only thing is...he couldn't drive it:rofl:
     
  5. LoadToadBoss

    LoadToadBoss IYAAYWOT

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    Wow! Those are pricey.

    As to the trigger guard space, I have thin fingers, so it's not a problem for me. But I can see how someone with beefy fingers could have a problem. I suppose that's why it is helpful to fondle a gun before you buy it.
     
  6. rohanreginald

    rohanreginald Novice

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    I don't have a problem with getting my finger in the trigger guard. Diet., exercise and practice should help.
     
  7. G36's Rule

    G36's Rule Senior Member

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    So you think I need to lose weight in my finger, huh?

    :rofl:
     
  8. motorcyclist

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    Thanks for the link!

    I have no problem getting my PF9 in my hand from its pocket holster, and I have fairly large hands. There could be a bit more room though between the trigger and gaurd.
     
  9. ca survivor

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    diet and exercise....... WOW
     
  10. Spiffums

    Spiffums I.C.P.

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    I can't help ya I have small/medium hands.
     
  11. wingspar

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    It is a little tight, but not an issue for me unless I am wearing gloves. The new Northwood aluminum trigger should help a little. I have one, but have not installed it yet. The space in front of the trigger does leave something to be desired for those with large hands. Mine are probably average.

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  12. bonasido57

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    I recently purchased a G36 then after pinching my little finger with each shot bought a Pearce plus zero magazine plate. Works great and my little finger is thanking me much.
     
  13. High Altitude

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    You get a Ruger LC9.