Left Handed Friendly Pistols

There are very few truly left handed pistols out there, as 99.99% of all pistols will eject the round to the right.  To qualify as a left handed friendly pistol, you must be able to operate one left handed as you can right handed.  So what are the attributes? First off, one must be able to release the mag with their left thumb. No finger drops (sorry 1911). Secondly, left handed slide stop is nice, but a racking the slide with the right hand is acceptable. Finally, if there is a thumb safety, you must be able to manipulate it with your left thumb.

CZ-USA
P-10 C – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, slide stop, no safety

FN America (FN Herstal)
FNX – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, safety, slide stop
FNS – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, safety, slide stop

Ruger
American Pistol – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, safety, slide stop
SR series – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, safety
9E – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, safety

Sig Saur
P320 – Reversable magazine release, ambidextrous slide stop, ambidextrous safety if equipped

Springfield Armory
XD – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, grip safety
XD Mod 2 – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, grip safety
XDm – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, grip safety
XDs – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, grip safety

Walther
PPS – Ambidextrous paddle magazine release, no safety
PPX – Fully ambidextrous magazine release, no safety (they say the slide stop is ambidextrous, but I don’t see it)
PPQ Classic – Ambidextrous paddle magazine release, side stop, no safety
P99 – Ambidextrous paddle magazine release, no safety
P22 – Ambidextrous paddle magazine release, safety
PK380 – Ambidextrous paddle magazine release, safety
CCP –  Fully ambidextrous magazine release, no safety