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Sinister Studies: Serious Scrutiny into Southpaw Shooting (Part VIII)

Posted on January 18th, by Michael in Advice, Gear, Lefty, Precision Rifle, Uncategorized. No Comments

Hey boys and girls, you’ve had a few months to practice all of those techniques we talked about in Sinister Studies 1 through 6, and hopefully you’ve squared away your eye dominance as well like we discussed in Sinister Studies 7.  This next installment isn’t going to address technique as much as it will be an equipment review.

My introduction to shooting was competitive riflery and despite my interest in other shooting disciplines, throughout the years I have always had a special connection with shooting at distance.  Most of my competitive shooting was done with match-tuned M14’s and M1A’s, which can be excellent performers.  When it comes to precision shooting however, there’s just no substitute for a scoped bolt gun.  So in this installment, I would like to explore some options available for the left-handed rifle marksman.

A few years ago I signed up for some precision … Read More »






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