Your particular shooting form will play a role, where you grip the gun, how you hold it, etc. You also need to factor in drop at comb, drop at heel, thickness of the comb, cast on or off, toe in or out, pitch, etc.
If you have a gun that fits, take it to pattern steel and see where it hits in relation to POI/POA. Is it bruising your cheek or uncomfortable when firing? Can you easily swing the gun. Even with your height (about average, so a lot of guns should be close), your build - stocky/slim, medium, etc will play a factor.
True gun fit involves a session with a "fitter"who uses a "try gun" which is infinitely adjustable for all those applications mentioned above. If all you want is "close enough for government work", then find ones that cmofortable and go shoot them