This is not that video. I think the new one has replaced that one. OK, I see the new video linked down in the thread. M1911
Wouldn't it be nice to have a CCP in 45acp with a PPQ trigger, all safeties are internal, and the pistol has less controls in the way.
For 9mm I don't think you need reduction, but for 45 its a super idea.
Just to try and help with any females who are having trouble with semi autos. What my fiancé found is (she's right handed, 5'1" and 95lbs) holding the gun very close to her body, about chest or abdomen level, point it left, grip the slide just behind the ejection port with her thumb over or behind the rear sight (this is more of a palm grip, less fingers), hold tight and push the gun with her right hand as opposed to pulling the slide with her left. For admin purposes until she can break something in, one option can be to break her grip, hold the back of the slide with her right hand, gripping in such a way that her thumb is under the beavertail area and her fingers are behind but close to the ejection port, then essential close your fist and get the slide to crack open, then work the slide open as described before. This takes a little more manipulation but less strength. She saw me doing this while breaking a pistol down for cleaning and for her it helps get the slide moving if she's struggling. Also to note that with lots of practice, so don't get frustrated, she can now rack the slide on guns she previously could not. Hope that helps your sister or wife or anyone else.She is exactly the target that the new CCP might hit. I won't let her get one until these have a 100,000 rounds or so down range from members here but I am hoping this pistol proves to be all it should. She was surprised to learn the CCP was a step up in cartridge power also. She is amazed that I have no problem pulling the slides. Her hands are much smaller than mine though and mine aren't large. M1911