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S&W CS45 Grip size and Trigger Reach?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by owenbright, Apr 6, 2007.

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  1. owenbright

    owenbright Member

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    If you've handled one before or own one, could you comment on its
    grip size (girth more than the height of the grip) and trigger reach?
    I can best understand comparison to other pistols including 1911's, Sig P-series and S&W MP.
    Thanks
     
  2. whitebb

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    It feels almost uncomfortable in my small hands, but wow, accurate! Trigger reach is alittle much, but livable.
    I shot mine yesterday and something interesting occured. I usually always shoot low left (Trigger finger placement) With the Cs45 and 4516-2 I was bullseye all range session. I guess the trigger placement is not quite comfy, but it works for me.
    As for girth, I think I would blame the Hogue grip. Does its job tho.
    Trigger reach longer than a 1911, and the M&P.
     
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