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Old 01-11-2017, 12:06 AM   #21
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Welcome to my glorious malfunction. Story goes I was pure lefty until catholic school happened.
I have that special little conundrum as well... At least I don't shoot lefty like my other 2/3. Watching her rack a mosin is funny
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Shotgun both eyes open. Rifle & pistol right eye open.
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Story goes I was pure lefty until catholic school happened.
Those nuns will beat the left handed demon right out of you.
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I call the boy the "Sinister". All my future Glock buys have to be Gen 4s. I also need to build a left-handed AR.
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I have that special little conundrum as well... At least I don't shoot lefty like my other 2/3. Watching her rack a mosin is funny
I can shoot either hand, but predominantly shoot my long guns right-handed, and my sidearms
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Those nuns will beat the left handed demon right out of you.
They damn sure used to. Paddles in the head master's office and the nuns had those rulers with the nasty little metal edge in them.





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I call the boy the "Sinister". All my future Glock buys have to be Gen 4s. I also need to build a left-handed AR.
I spent half a rainy day at elk camp sitting by the fire swapping over mag releases for a group of guys with Gen 4's. Did one for a friend in my camp, he got to showing it off at the lake to a guy who needed it done, and he had a son who needed it done, and his son had a left handed buddy at his camp. Everybody brought an adult beverage to share and pitched in some game meat as payment. We ended up with elk steaks, venison burgers, mountain lion sausage, and fresh trout for dinner.
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I'm pretty sure there were adult beverages involved if you were swapping over safeties on a Glock.
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Favorite English slur. We tended more toward "Kraut". And to think, all these years, I thought Sousa was only good for marches. Thanks Kirk!
Watch the old "COMBAT" 1960's T.V show Sgt. Saunders and the boy's always referred to the German's as KRAUT'S. The term "HUN" is WW1 and is British.




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Those nuns will beat the left handed demon right out of you.
Same thing happened to me. I guess I was a natural southpaw but the nuns beat it outta me. I have to thank them as I am ambidextrous.





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