Hey fellow addicts, I am currently in the process of writing down on paper my next build with one of our fellow 'smiths. I had a question for those with a Harrison slide stop. If you hold your 1911 with your left hand (yes, please pretend to be a left handed shooter ), can you get enough leverage to push the slide stop down with your index/trigger finger? I have attached a picture of the technique said above. If you are a lefty, and have had good experiences with this technique, could you also let me know? When I had a Dan Wesson, their Valor slide stops are HUGE ledges and made it very easy. I have not tried the 10-8 gen 2, but those look workable as well. Maybe the Wilson semi-extended slide stop fits the bucket as well. Thank you so much for trying this and for feedback. Edit: the picture is of me attempting to do this, however, the Wilson slide stop does not have a big enough ledge or surface area for me to do this.