Left hand shot guns
9/28/15 @ 7:58 AM
11/1/15 @ 10:01 AM
10/6/15 @ 7:11 AM
Please let us know how the Versa Max performs for your son. I was considering getting one at one point but heard of too many issues and wasn't prepared to chance the $$$. Love my bottom ejection Ithaca and Browning BPS.
I owned a Browning Auto 22 (bottom ejection) for a while and loved everything about it with the exception of hot brass frequently being ejected down my shirt sleeve. Still wish I had that problem to worry about. Damn thieves!
10/2/15 @ 9:06 AM
10/2/15 @ 8:59 AM
10/2/15 @ 6:53 AM
I have a Remington 1187 with a left hand action. I found it on a used rack in my local gun store. I snapped it up as soon as I saw it. It's the only left hand action semiauto shotgun I've ever seen in real life new or used, before or since. I guess I got lucky because it fits me perfect. Love the gun! Good luck with your search.
10/1/15 @ 8:45 PM
10/1/15 @ 4:24 PM
I am left handed and shoot that way, all my guns are right handed models. I have no issues as long as the stock doesn't have the right hand cast. I shoot a right handed Browning Silver 20 and Browning Gold 12 most of the time and it fits well and I have yet to ever get hit with a ejected shell or anything, it takes like 2 minutes to switch the safety. Just food for thought. The neutral cast double guns are another option as was mentioned earlier.
9/29/15 @ 6:20 PM
1 iced...have you considered a pump shotgun? I really like my Browning BPS...top tang safety and bottom ejection...good for right or left handers. I am a right hander that shoots rifles, shotguns and crossbows left-handed. Left arm is not strong enough to hold them up by the weapon's forearm due to polio in the late 40's.
9/29/15 @ 8:18 AM
About a week ago, Cabelas had a montefeltro and a SBE in left hand. But that was a week ago. My son is a south paw, I went through the same problem when I was looking for a shotgun for him. Make it easy and start calling around first, Midwest Shooters supply, Bass pro, etc. And Not all double barrels are for right or left handed shooters. A lot are right handed, the stock has kick in and a palm swell. That makes it uncomfortable and tough to fit well on a lefty. Good luck.
9/28/15 @ 3:42 PM