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    CZ USA makes models that are cast for a left hand shooter. Look at the Drake, and Southpaw sterling if you can find one as those we discontinued this year. . If you have any questions just call us here at CZ-USA as we are happy to help.

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    Have recently purchased a 28 ga Ringneck and a 20 ga original Bobwhite. Very nice guns. Like your products sir!

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    Pardon my ignorance. I have to ask this question. Does a right hand break action gun with a tang safety work for left handed shooters?

    I understand that there are left hand break action guns. I do not understand why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ky Setter man View Post
    I stand corrected. No longer make it in 20. Sorry. But hey , they may not be pretty but the m2 in 20 is a death stick.
    No big deal. Actually think we found one still in stock at a distributor. My only draw back to jumping on it is all the cutting from surgeries on my shoulder. My M2 with
    2 3/4 stuff was a little more than I wanted. Kinda the reason I was looking in the gas gun lines. Think I will let them send it anyway, if it is there.
    Where are you in Kentucky? I am leaving around midnight here, heading just east of Lexington to Grayson to see a man about a dog, then back across to Louisiana to chase some hogs. Probably be back towards Lexington mid morning.

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    Frankfort. The gun store is Mikes Guns. Cant beat his prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Singer View Post
    Pardon my ignorance. I have to ask this question. Does a right hand break action gun with a tang safety work for left handed shooters?

    I understand that there are left hand break action guns. I do not understand why.
    Most break open guns are cast (slight bend in the stock) for right handed shooters. IF you google "shotgun cast" it give a in-depth explanation on how it works and affects how your gun fits you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kick them up View Post
    Most break open guns are cast (slight bend in the stock) for right handed shooters. IF you google "shotgun cast" it give a in-depth explanation on how it works and affects how your gun fits you.

    I do quite a lot of gun fitting for kids on a high school clay target team. I am familiar with the concept of cast.

    The Benelli 828u is available in a left hand option. The stock is straight. Cast for either right or left hand shooters is established via shims.

    I guess my question becomes: Does the standard lever on a break action gun present an issue to a left handed shooter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Singer View Post

    I guess my question becomes: Does the standard lever on a break action gun present an issue to a left handed shooter?
    I bought my grandson, who is left handed, a Stevens 555E this past year and he has struggled opening the action. But he is new to shotgunning and I hope the more he uses it he will figure it out.

    I once had a Savage 220 single shot in 16 ga. that the lever worked in either direction. Seems if the manufactures would install that feature on all O/U's it would help the lefties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald B View Post
    I am not stuck to an auto. With all the shoulder surgeries I have had, I thought it might be a little easier on the shoulders. Especially a gas gun. I have already got the BPS in mind, I only wish it also came in a 28ga.
    Since you have one and know them, maybe you can answer this. Is the 20ga built on a 20ga frame or adapted to a 12ga frame?
    I shot a Ithaca 37 in 20 and 28 today and had a ball. The 28ga is a slim, sweet little gun. Safety was for the owner, a right hander, but as already stated, it can be turned around.
    I've owned a number of BPS's over the years, but never one in 20 gauge. Couldn't tell you if it's a smaller receiver or not....

    I also use a Franchi Instinct L O/U 12 gauge for a lot of my rooster hunting. I shoot it well, if it has cast off for a RH shooter it doesn't affect me. Again, the tang safety is worth it's weight in gold...
    Last edited by Labs; 01-17-2020 at 09:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koda/kane View Post
    I am also a lefty shooting a right handed auto,Im thinking of purchasing a Beretta A400 xplor anybody have any experience with one ?
    Loved my A400 xplor its a great gun my brother loved it even more, and talked me into selling it to him been trying to buy it back ever since.

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