I presently carry a Kel-Tec P11 (9mm) and a Kel-Tec P32 for backup (32.cal). I am left-handed. I have had injuries resulting in nerve damage to my LEFT hand, and arthritis to my RIGHT hand and wrist has gotten progressively worse. I'm almost 80, and have been shooting all my life, and CCW for last 22 years. I can shoot just fine, but can hardly rack the slide on both pistols. I recently bought two "Handi-Racker" tools. They work OK on the range, but I hate carrying them around. I also have an old 1873 .45 LC bird's head revolver, but it is really difficult to conceal. I've been looking at the Taurus TH9C, as they say the slide is easy to rack, and is "ambidextrous". However, I like the look and specs of. the G2C. Can anyone tell me about the spring tension on this one, and whether it would be as easy to rack as the TH9C? Thanks.