I was born with a birth defect that has disabled the vision in my left eye. It really has had no effect on me with the exception of depth perception and being a failure at lots of sports that require depth perception ( for example: hitting a baseball or tennis ball is nearly impossible for me ). My question is shooting a carbine left handed. I own few AKs and have tried a million different ways to shoot left handed, but cannot get any kind of a sight picture. I have a 1-4x scope on my 74 and cannot even get my head cranked over to see the reticle on it. I have considered going with an ultimak and a forward mounted dot, but don't really like the platform that way and I like to able to field strip my gas tube for easy cleaning (I shoot corrosive). Plus, I am not certain I could see the dot left handed anyhow. I have been wanting to take a carbine class but fear that not being able to function the offhand portions of the drills will be a hindrance. Advice?