Just an up-date here. Went out shooting this morning with the new shooter I mentioned earlier. I told him about Yammy's post. He tried shooting left handed and his shots were dead on. Before that, they were all over the place. A drastic improvement. Great advice, Yammy.YammyMonkey said:Here is a thread that'll help you out.
I struggled with the left eye/right hand bit for a long time and slowly made the switch. Bottom line is now I'm glad I did, I shoot better left and left than I ever did righty pistol, shotgun or rifle. Not sure how much of this is due to practice, but after switching I noticed a rather sudden improvement in my shooting.
Exactly my situation & exactly what I do. The only drawback is when I'm skeet shooting as I tend to get hit in the face much more frequently with the ejected shells (someday I'll get a left handed gun!)pippin said:I'm right handed and left eye dominant. Shooting handguns, I just move gun slightly to the left and also kind of tuck my tuck my chin into my shoulder. I actually think it kind of helps because it enables me to insure that I'm assuming the exact same position each time. For rifles I just shoot left handed. Always have so if feels completely normal. Again, I'm not sure it isn't actually an advantage having my stronger arm supporting the weight of the gun.