I'm in. Guess i am #57!
Lefty from day one outside the womb...maybe even before. I'd like to join, #666 available?
Sinister is our label. Cheers!
"I'm going to leave this place better, than the way that I found that it was..." - Tom Waits
TEAM 45-70 GOV'T #1764
I'm in. Guess i am #57!
Sign me up please.
Can't close my left eye to shoot right so have shot left forever.
Solid Leftie here........ add me please.
Team 1894 #574
Team 30-30 #1404
Team Wheelguns #114
Team Old Pharts #379
Lefty from birth-add me to the list with whatever number is next!
Another true lefty here,sign me up please.
I'd rather hunt with Cheney,than ride with Kennedy.
Team 30-30 # 1385........ Team Glenfield # 86
Team Old Pharts # 372
Team .35 #760 1979........ Team Henry # 132
Team Browning # 140,...... Team .375 # 121
Lefty for life! sign me up. What number we up to?
I just joined this forum and a lefty so I must join this team.
A question I have of you Lefties here who shoot southpaw shotguns - how many of you own any left-handed Remington 1100 autos? Any gauge?
I got my left-hand Remington 12 ga. back in '87 ; I also got an extra 'target' barrel and a 'lefty' smoothbore slug barrel with iron sights at the same time.
But now, when I search them out, these lefty 1100s, and their parts/barrels seem as rare as hen's teeth.
I have a Remington 11-87 Premier right-handed slug gun (12 ga. with a full-length rifled barrel and an improved cantilever scope mount), but I don't think Remington made any of those in 'southpaw' actions, otherwise I've shooting one instead of the right-handed one.
My buddy has a left-handed Remington 11-87 but it came with the field barrel - it's not the Premier slug gun, so he has been searching for lefty, full-length rifled slug barrel, but no joy so far.
Anyway, on the remote chance there are such things as lefty 11-87 Premier slug guns with full-length rifled slug barrels, or just the lefty rifled slug barrels, I'd appreciate it greatly.
BTW, the lefty 1100 with the smoothbore barrel and the amazingly well-made iron sights that Remington put on these back then was my favorite deer gun for over thirty years; using Remington 1 oz. Slugger rifled slugs, it accounted for a couple dozen deer.
I retired it when Ohio legalized staight-walled rifle cartridges a couple of years ago.
After blowing an 80-foot, broadside at a huge buck because I inadvertently slid the safety "on" with my new .44 mag Marlin, I may go back to using it. That's what happened when I forgot it's a right-handed cross-bolt safety!
Thanks in advance.
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