Does Glock market a 380? Heard yes but can't find one. My wife has small hands and weak grip think the .380 would be the ticket.
You really a tough girl G!! LOLI hope she finds something she is comfortable with. When I first started shooting Glocks, I had a really hard time racking the slide also and it just took time and practice (and building hand strength using hand exercise grips) to learn to do it properly. I also do a lot of dry fire practice to help with my control.
Both of these issues is training and can be resolved. You can also add a single strip of skateboard grip tape the the top of her slide forward of the rear sight and that would reduce her issue with the slide.I've got a G23 and a G26. She has trouble controlling them and racking the slide is difficult.
They make the G36 which is the one and only "Slimline" in .45ACP. The G36 has not been a stellar performer as far as sales, so they never made any more single stack pistols and I'd be surprised if they ever do.I don't want to start a new thread for a similar question, but does Glock ever plan on making a "single stack" weapon for concealed carry? I know that one of Glock's selling points is that all magazines work with other models of the same caliber. This would change that, but as I DO love my Glock 26 (gen4) I sometimes wish it was more slim. The only pistol I ever owned in single stack was the Ruger LCP and I hated it. One exploded to pieces in my friend's hand. Ruger quickly replaced the gun free of charge even though they blamed it on a "hot loaded" round. Good thing he didn't get hurt.