The top lever on a right handed gun is not a problem for a left hander. I know, because I'm left handed and shoot a Browning Special Trap which is a right handed gun. I have an adjustable comb set for a little bit of cast-on. No palm swells (I hate em, even when they're on the proper side). It has become second nature to pop open the top lever with my right thumb as I'm bringing the gun down from the shot, and I can open my gun just as conveniently and fast as a right hander does.JMCCOYB said:For a "left handed over and under" wouldn't the top opening lever have to be pushed to the left instead of the right to open?
Other than a palm swell having to be on the "other side", wouldn't the gun most likely have "cast off" instead of "cast on"? Of course, most O/U have no cast at all--but something to think about.