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Unread 01-15-2019, 09:21 AM   #11
Garth Gustafson
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Me too. Being left-handed and right eye dominant has always been a bit of a challenge for me. I just squint.
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Guns that meet Garth's requirements are very scarce. Right handed crossover guns for left eye dominant shooters are more common. An eye injury or partial blindness in the right eye are more common reasons for a crossover gun than simple off eye dominance. My first couple of crossover guns were non factory Parkers. My hunt for a "best" English crossover gun ended when I found a cased pair of William Evans sidelocks, factory built. My condition has gotten less severe in the past few years and I shoot non crossover guns and crossover guns. I am still more comfortable with the crossover guns. My next crossover gun will be a 28 gauge Parker, if I can find someone to stock it at a reasonable price. Finding a nice four inch thick blank is the first obstacle.
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