"Nobody" is a pretty stout word to be using when talking about how folks feel about poor shots on anything other than maybe a murder hornet. And even the hornet needs to be dead before you leave him.Well im a lefty also, and have been for 85 years and still counting.
For more than 50 of those years i have only hunted long range.
Like you i have quite a few lefty bolt guns, but all are in the smaller varmit caliber type or just conventional carry around type rifles.
I have 4 different rifles i use specificly for long range hunting up to and including a large capacity version 338, and all those are on right handed actions.
The key question most people dont consider is (how do you shoot).
In PA where most of my long range hunting is done, virtually (all) of the many long range hunters use a bench for shooting. Even on trips west for prairie dogs my shooting is done from a bench.
So my question to you would be is shooting from a bench with a right bolt a big problem for you?
My guess is that it isnt, and could even have an advantage if you single feed the gun as we do.
If you watch the videos of the really good coyote hunters you will find that they do quite alot of shooting at running coyotes. But thats a coyote, and nobody gives a hoot about a poorly hit coyote.
So have a lefty gun that you can work fast for the coyotes if you prefer.
But for most other use its simply a case of mind over matter.
And for most guys i know it dont matter, and thats due to how they go about shooting when they hunt.