Since last year, I've made it my mission to learn to shoot as well weak-handed as strong. Let me tell you, it has been a struggle, but I'm getting more and more comfortable with it.
Though the process is the same as for strong-hand mag changes, I did find that I had to adapt a couple of things.
First, I don't have an ambidextrous magazine release on my gun, so I had to work my way around that. I found that I could use the middle finger of my right hand to push the mag release and then pull the magazine out that way.
|Sorry for the poor quality, had the wrong camera settings|
Reloading the magazine is the same as doing it strong-handed for me, so that went well.
|Still index the first round,|
then slam the magazine home.
|Left hand is gun hand, left hand is gun hand,|
left hand is gun hand...
I fumbled around and got my grip re-established, then brought my gun back up into my line of sight. I'm so used to using my slide lock release that it didn't occur to me to pull back the slide to release it (because the recoil spring is so heavy, it's very difficult to do). I finally used my left index finger to release the slide, which worked beautifully.
|Moving my index finger from the slide lock release to the trigger|
went a whole lot more smoothly than I anticipated.