You swing both ways....left lead is the same as right lead, left gun mount is the same as right mount.
A very good friend of mine is right handed, because of an eye problem he taught himself to shoot left handed with a right handed gun,he went on to become the Kent vet’s DTL champ several years in a row, sadly now though he has given up due to illnessHow about teaching a leftie too shoot right handed.yes I want too learn too shoot right handed.im truly ambidextrus but when it comes too shooting my brain favours the left.i can shoot half decent from the right shoulder but it just doesn't feel right.would it be hard too train myself too change
Way back in the 70's when I did the CPSA course for instructors, which lasted a whole week, all the right handers were made to shoot left handed, just to show you how difficult it was for beginners. Also, if a right handed coach demonstrates gun mount to a right handed client, he will turn his back on him, which isn't very helpful. We did all the coaching from the right hand side of a right handed client, as if we were left handed, so they could see. We became pretty much ambidextrous in a week.
If your left eye dominant but right handed just close your left eye! or put a small patch on the left lense of your glassesWot about eye dominance I have a very strong left eye .maybe it's why I shoot the way I do.i write with my right hand.use a fork ect.it may not be too difficult too learn too shoot of the right shoulder