Originally Posted by Wheatgerm
I've grown up shooting right handed guns left handed. With my last gun I built I shot from the bench right handed, I shot great groups but ran into a problem this fall during hunting, I had a hard time finding the game in my scope naturally and ended up not being able to get on one buck quick enough and he ended up walking into the trees.
I hunted two different states this year and ended up making both kills shooting my gun
I have noticed left handed stocks that will fit a right handed bolt and really like the idea, I was just wondering if I would run into any unknown issues down the road if I choose to go this route?
Any help would be great thanks
I have built several right handed bolt rifles for left handed shooters that worked very well.
What you want to find is a "Classic style stock with no cast and no cheek piece" This makes the stock ambidextrous And other than the right hand bolt everything else is the same.
I shoot left or right handed and like these stocks when I am out of position for a right hand shot I can switch to a left handed position with little or no effort to make the shot.
In the specialty pistols, it is common practice to use a left handed action/stock while shooting right handed.
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