That was my first thought.You can go with an FN FNP9, but o think they are 4".
QUOTE: I've carried a couple steel frame Da/sa that where nearly perfect fir me besides the weight. I prefer the trigger over a Dao pistol.
MY COMMENT: I wouldn't call a Glock's trigger system a Double Action Only. Much of the striker's spring compression is pre-staged for you by the cycling of the slide.
You just have to add 5-6 lbs. of additional pressure (on the trigger) to fire it. Your finger isn't doing ALL the work.
Glocks, Springfield XD's, S&W M&P pistols, and other such "safe action" striker fired guns have MUCH BETTER triggers-- shorter in travel and lighter in weight-- than either a DA revolver or a true DAO semi-auto, like the first generation Taurus PT-111 that I had.
Kind of wish I'd seen that before I bought my Tristar. Of course nobody's saying I can't get both...Guys, I'm disappointed in you. No mention of EAA? ;-)
On sale for $289.99
https://www.classicfirearms.com/eaa-sar-b6p-9mm-sa-pistol-ss (3.8" barrel, so slightly longer than 3.5, I admit)