« Last post by cpaspr on Today at 07:59:42 PM »
I'm cross-eye dominant. Sorta. Depends on what I'm doing. I'm right-eye dominant, but it's not a strong dominance.
I throw and play racquet sports left-handed. Write, hold a fork or spoon, golf and swing a bat right-handed. But I can do all of them except write almost as well with the other hand. And possibly golf, since I never tried that left-handed so don't really know. Oh, and I can't shoot a bow or slingshot worth diddly right-handed.
I shoot handguns primarily right-handed, but am comfortable left-handed as well. I can shoot Bullseye style either side with both eyes open, and the correct eye doing the sighting. I have some problems shooting two-handed facing forward, so tend to close the off eye, just to ensure I give the sighting eye the proper picture.
My dad started me out shooting long guns left-handed, based on my throwing, but I have always had to close the right eye to see the sights or through a scope. I'm now working on training myself to shoot right-handed, but even so, I prefer to close the left eye, since it wants to have a say in what I'm seeing. Like I said, not strongly right-eyed, but enough to be a bother.
And now that you know more than you ever wanted to, that's the same test I learned. Works more consistently than holding up a finger or a pencil, focusing on an item across the room, then closing one eye then the other to see which one makes it move.