How many of you hear shoot two eyes open on you magnified rifles? I've recently started doing so and thus far my results have been consistent with one eye.
Something that helps me is that I wear contacts. I’m used to switching between eyes and selectively focusing when taking them out and putting them in. Once I made that connection in my head, it made things a lot easier.I'm trying to transition to such. Anything to keep in mind?
I too am left handed...and right eyed dominant....shooting long guns right handed also has the benefits of controls being set up for right handed use....shells not flying in your face or down your shirt....Both eyes.
I have a grandson that is left-handed but right-eye dominant. His accuracy improved when he switched to shooting like a right hander [at my insistence].
This for me. I started shooting as a youngster with one eye squinted shut. Probably was told to do it thusly. Then one time, I just started shooting with both eyes open and discovered that for me it was easier, plus gave me a better view of what was going on around me. Gives you a much better impression of what's in front of you as situations change. It's kinda amazing that a person can tune one eye out and concentrate on the other. But the tuned-out eye is still functioning in a non-focused way.I shoot with both eyes for situational awareness.