I'm cross-eye dominant I guess. Mostly I'm just confused. I throw right handed which I guess means that's my strong side, but do almost everything else left-handed, shoot rifles and shotguns, eat, write, et c. (BTW, if you're in an Arab country and you're a lefty, don't eat left-handed. That's the hand Arabs use to wipe with so you're telling the Arab cook, "Your food tastes like sh*t" which is not a good way to survive a meal. Learned that during Navy service in the Middle East in '60s-'70s.)
But for some reason, my natural tendency is to pick up a pistol with my right hand, so until recent months, I always shot right-handed but had to align my left eye to get a good sight picture. Since I bought my M357A1 last December, I'm working on both eyes open with the pistol in my left hand, but when the shot is critical, I still close my right eye. No doubt both eyes open is best, particularly in a self-defense situation, but I'm a real slow learner.
When I visited Pittsburgh recently and went to the range with BigTaco, I found myself closing my right eye all the time because I really wanted to outshoot that guy! Didn't work. Maybe when I get better with both eyes open...
P.S. Thanks jng1226 for the Wayne Frazee drill. Maybe that will help me get over my "amphibious" confusion. :mrgreen: