You never know when you might only have the wrong hand available.
I've done some work with off-hand pistol, just enough to feel it out and test out one-handed gun manipulation, but it's something I need to do more of. It definitely takes practice, especially the "draw from concealment" part. Speaking of which, if you aren't already practicing a basic drawstroke plus your draw from concealment, you really should be!
Since Chris and I both recently switched our shooting hands for long guns, we're both very ambidextrous when it comes to long guns. It's been particularly handy, though I think we blew the RSO's mind at the range last weekend. We were sighting in a handful of rifles and kept our new dominants with the lever and semi-autos but switched back to our previous dominants to run our bolt guns.
A Shot Across the Bow
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