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    A 1911 is a bit hard to conceal even for a big guy like me. Have you ever tried the trigger on a Ballesteros Molinas? A 1925 colt made in Argentina. The trigger is pivoted instead of sliding.
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    Well there always is the Colt Mustang or the new SIG that looks like one...But the FEG is a good choice. It's not about what you want it's what you have on hand right now that counts!
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    Big bore has been my choice until now, health makes it a bit smaller. This was my first choice, just couldn't get the two truck drivers to synch.
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    The P30SK would work well for a lefty.
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    I finally went with a "hide it holster" since it seems that my left hand is going to be swollen for years (or forever). I looked at a lot of cc holsters at the Wanamaker show in Tulsa. Since getting one, I have noticed how many are wearing them locally. It's a good thing I practiced with the wrong hand too.
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    I just picked up one of the new Ruger American Compacts in 9mm it is a tad heavy, but it works for me. Prior to this, my only handgun was a security six stainless w/4" barrel. The only way to conceal it was to wear a coat over it. I bought an Uncle Mike's holster, but it is far from ideal, and I'll be ordering one of the Alien Gear 3.0 IWB holsters soon after the new year.
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    The FEG is pretty light, an aluminum-magnesium frame with a steel slide. Finally got out to test it at my son's farm. At 15 yards, all hits on paper, even the double action first shot. Not a pretty pattern, but if you hold a sheet of typing paper against your chest, and all 25 shots on the paper would have been a hurt for sure. Not that I am going to have to practice with the HIDE IT. I sure wish I had my left hand back for shooting.
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    Springfield XD-S. Mine is 45acp. Ambi mag release, only a grip and trigger safety. Loaded chamber indicator.
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    Resurrecting an old thread...

    Walther PPQM2 and H&K VP9 both work well for lefties since they both have slide releases on both sides. I have one of each. Also, they come with grip kits like the G4 Glocks.

    One thing I really like about the H&K is the two knurls at the back end of the slide.

    PPQ is really easy to change the mag. release to be under your left thumb. H&K mag release is at the back end of the trigger guard and is on both sides.
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    Sig P250 or P320 have ambi slide release and mag catches are easy to convert. I’m a 250 guy...

    I also have a S&W M&P 4.25 that also has ambi slide release and convertible mag catch.

    But I primarily carry a Kel-Tec P3AT (.380) in a front pocket with a drop away holster (snags in pocket and stays there when you draw). No slide catch, and I haven’t had any issues with a right handed mag release on it. If not that o carry a Kel-Tec PF9 in a Comp-Tac Minotaur IWB (Ludendorff/leather hybrid). All RH style controls.

    Rifles and shotgun I can’t seem to shoot a RH gun as well. But handguns? For some reason I’ve never had any issues manipulating controls on any of them. But def +1 on 1911 styles esp with ambi safeties!


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