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  • TSU45

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    Jun 6, 2008
    San Marcos, Tx
    Honestly, nobody. Check out the right hand models of guns at the store that are offered by manufacturers in left hand. Then order whatever you want online or through the store.


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    Jan 28, 2009
    Houston, Cy-Fair
    I'm, a righty myself, was asking for a friend. Think we'll take a trip tomorrow down to Houston Armory and maybe Collection. Neither of us has ever been. If all else fails, we can hit Gander Mountain.


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    Mar 15, 2009
    Sachse, Tx
    Ruger was always good about making ambidextrous weapons. Honestly, the right handed gun thing never bothered me. For semi-autos I would use my index or middle finger to drop the mag. Use the index finger to release the slide stop, and index finger or thumb from supporting hand to activate de-cock lever or safety.

    Now I shoot mostly revolvers again. There is not advantage/disadvantage for us lefties. One advantage, though, lefties use there strong hand to reload without having to turn the gun upside-down/inside out.
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