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Solic
12-31-2005, 23:18
You south paws did not know that glock makes a left hand model
but you will have to special order it.
Glock Ph 770-432-1202

Fred
01-01-2006, 18:11
but I'm not sure what a left-hand Glock has to offer, as IMO the regular Glock is pretty much left-hand friendly as it is. I'm a lefty who has no problems with a Glock. No external safety or decocker to worry about, and I can operate the standard mag releasew/my trigger finger, so I'm a happy camper with the way they are now. :)

kfoley
01-01-2006, 21:59
Got any pics of a left handed Glock? I have never seen/heard of one...

Tc300mag1
01-02-2006, 05:12
Only thing i can imagine they would change was maybe the mag release but i like it where it is only other thing is changeing the ejection port to eject out the left side ..

Other than that what could they do?

Rex G
01-02-2006, 15:28
Uh, normal Glocks already work better for me lefty than rightie, so what's the need? I bet it is indeed a mag button on the opposite side, but why impede my performance by releasing the mag with my left thumb when I can do it better with the left index finger already. No matter; I have moved on to a SIG duty pistol anyway, and my G22 is about to be sold or traded.

shark_za
01-07-2006, 07:23
And us leftys dont have the problem of accidently engaging the slide stop with the thumb while shooting.
I often see it here.

major
01-12-2006, 06:36
I've never had any problems and I'm a lefty

macjoc
01-13-2006, 10:24
Originally posted by Tc300mag1
Only thing i can imagine they would change was maybe the mag release but i like it where it is only other thing is changeing the ejection port to eject out the left side ..

Other than that what could they do?


+1 :)

AZJKD
02-07-2006, 16:30
Glocks are great for lefties. Exteded OEM slide release makes it perfect.

The only wish I have now is for a lighter MAG spring or a bigger button that doesn't stick out as far as the current aftermarket ones do.

The only 911 style I've shot and bought that is as good for left handed is the Tarus PT945. Its ambi saftey and decocker, the mag button is in a good spot and decent pressure. The slide release has an extended teeder todder design I can pull the front down on trigger finger to force the release to catch open for inspection.

Glock is better though all in all and I prefer the 40 cal anyhow.