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    Ruger released a leftie 10/22. Looks awesome. There is a right hand model available for all of us normal people too

     
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    TreyG-20

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    I never really understood left handed guns. I'm a hard-core Southpaw and pretty sure my right arm is just for looks and balance. Never had an issue with shooting anything. Also with as much as I like to trade and sell the market for left handed stuff is not good. I do eventually want a lefty handed bolt action rifle. If I knew that I'd keep it. Maybe like a Cooper or something.

    Ruger 10/22 is already left friendly IMO.
     

    Brains

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    Hmm, kinda cool to have the option I guess.

    Let my daughter shoot my slick sided upper AR-15, which tends to eject the brass nearly straight rearward since there's no block for the bounce to rebound from. As a lefty, that means the brass pops her in the right cheek.

    So I did what any father would do - built her an AR-15 with a 'regular' upper.
     

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    I think it would work well for right handed folks also. One never has to remove their grip to cycle the bolt! (if it needed cycling because of a misfire, etc.).
    ...or subsonics....lol.....


    Have a Savage Rascal (wood) L/hand 22 rifle on the shelf for 5 years.....not a big seller in these parts....
     

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    Hmm, kinda cool to have the option I guess.

    Let my daughter shoot my slick sided upper AR-15, which tends to eject the brass nearly straight rearward since there's no block for the bounce to rebound from. As a lefty, that means the brass pops her in the right cheek.

    So I did what any father would do - built her an AR-15 with a 'regular' upper.
    You sir, are a very good father
     

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