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    They sold me a broken gun!

    Well, okay, not really. But it's pretty funny if you think about it...

    On m1911.org someone posted a poll to see if people shoot right, left, or ambi. There seem to be more lefties voting than one might think so the odds are closer in our favor. I'm a lefty but right eye dominant After browsing the poll I go buy my first 1911 and put a box or so through it. Having the poll on my mind I shot 50/50 left and right hand, and my off hand shot *much* better than my primary!

    I blame the gun, it's gotta be broke.

    ciao!

    leam

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    Talking

    I understand your logic! I think I've used it before myself... Cant be me, it's got to be the gun...

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    AC/DC gun

    You need to check the rifling in the barrel. Is it left hand twist or right hand twist?

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    Hang in there Leam as we all have been there and done that. Good shooting.

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    I missed a deer last year because of a box of bad ammo! Ha Ha!

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    You just didn't hold your pinky finger right thats all.

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