New to glock...need advice! Thanks!.

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      New to glock...need advice! Thanks!.

      I am considering getting a glock. ( I currently own springfields and rugers) I am looking at the G 26 model. First off, I noticed on the glock websight their pistols are designated "right hand". I'm a lefty....should this be a reason to not get one? 2nd question, do they sell 22 conversion kits and if so will it work on the G 26 model? Thanks in advance for any info!

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      As far as I know that only thing that is right handed specific is the magazine release. I'm a righty so its not an issue, but if I were lefty I would personally find it to be a pain.
      That being said I'm a big fan of the XD but recently picked up a G26 for a CCW. I couldn't be happier with the decision.

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      I believe there are .22 lr conversion kits for the 26. check out advantage arms http://www.glockworld.com/22lr.htm

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      I'm a lefty and carry a G36. I don't use the slidestop to chamber a round and I eject the magazine with the middle-finger on my left-hand. This is not an issue for me as I train this way. If absolutely necessary, I can engage the slidestop with the pointer finger on the left-hand. Excellent weapons.

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      Just buy an M&P9C. All the functions are ambidextrous.

      Jeff

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