I was out doing some dove, rabbit, and jack rabbit hunting most of the day (until a thunderstorm rolled in). I didn't think it wise to be out in a open field with a long metal weapon . I had a great time and met a fellow lefty shooter. This got me thinking about my own personal experience. Here are some tidbits. Do not wear pocket t-shirts. We lefties set and lower our rifles on the left side and the pocket tends to snag the butt stock. I am more comfortable tracking the doves flying right to left. (I don't know if this pertains to handedness or practice.) It would be ideal for me to hunt with someone who is more comfortable tracking left to right. This allows a team of two hunters to divide the sky and makes the hunt safer. If considering getting left handed rifles and shotguns? My personal opinion is "Why bother, just learn to shoot the right handed rifles. Left handed rifles are more expensive. The parts are difficult to obtain. Getting left handed rifles limits your choice of rifles available. Is there any other advice you fellow south paws would like to add? You right handed guys are welcome to chime in. (We won't hold it against you for using the wrong hand.