Dang it. I took Suzanne to the Talon open range day today and she had a TON OF FUN.
She shot a borrowed S&W .22 target pistol she "hated" because she shoots left handed (and right eyed ) and the pistol's controls were impossible for her to work without changing hands.
When the command is "draw, put two rounds on the target, scan, and then reholster". That safety was . . . inconvenient. Pretty funny to see her do this, but by the time she got the two rounds fired, everyone else had completed the drill and was about to fall asleep from boredom.
So . . . not being a .22 pistol kind of guy, I really have no idea what is out there in either left hand, for fully ambidextrous, "target" grade .22 pistols.
Of course, my immediate reaction is to get a .22 kit for the 1911. But at this point she says that pistol is just too heavy. . . . and for her - at this point - I agree.
So . . . suggestions please . . ?