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Marrakai
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Re: Talk about cast!!!
      28/08/06 01:44 PM

Cross-over stocks are not uncommon on shotguns, where most shooters keep both eyes open to successfully hit flying/moving targets. If there is no clear eye-dominance, or the left-eye is dominant but the shooter 'right-handed', then the cross-over stock is a big advantage.

On a rifle though, injury to the right eye is about the only explanation, as DD says. If the left-eye was dominant, it could simply be closed, or at the very least 'squinted', to change dominance back to the right eye to align the sights on a straight-stocked rifle.

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* Talk about cast!!! bulldog563 28/08/06 12:07 AM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! Daryl_S   12/10/06 01:51 AM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! bulldog563   24/10/06 06:31 PM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! tinker   05/11/06 12:22 PM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! Bloodnativ   28/08/06 03:07 AM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! Marrakai   28/08/06 01:44 PM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! 500Nitro   28/08/06 02:04 PM
. * * Re: Talk about cast!!! DoubleD   28/08/06 12:34 AM

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