I found an excellent article on the subject. Both Chris and I are cross-dominant. I'm left hand/right eye, and he is right eye/left hand. This isn't a problem at all for handgun. For rifles, it works well enough to just close the dominant eye since it's a still target. But with shotguns and moving targets, closing the eye reduces peripheral vision and depth perception, resulting in endless frustration. I've been dealing passably well with skeet, but Chris is having significant trouble in that area.
Most people suggest just switching hands. This never seemed right to me, and the author in the article agreed. It just feels wrong, and it's not worth rebuilding new muscle memory. Tape seems like a perfect solution and I've thrown a roll into the range bag so that we can try it next time we make it out to the skeet range. Hopefully the tape will work its magic for us!
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