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Unread 08-05-2022, 09:30 AM   #9
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I'm left handed, and was one of the first of the cohort to be allowed to develop without being 'switched" to right hand writing. I'm also left eye dominant.

Military arms are almost universally not ambidextrous. They generally have right hand oriented controls, and the forces are trained to shoot and operate them as supplied. I don't believe that they force operators to shoot weak side as their primary, but many are taught to shoot weak side as an alternate. That goes for the AR-15 / M4, M9, M1911a1 and modern SIG pistols our military is using. Same during WW-I and WW-II.

I have used adaptive techniques when operating them, particularly the M1 Garand rifle.

The Luger is nice in that it doesn't eject brass across my field of view, but rather straight up and out of my way behind my head...
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