Left-hand kids’ rifle

Learning to shoot is tough enough. Learning with a rifle meant for the wrong hand is harder. Fortunately, falling block, lever and certain bolt actions are leftie-friendly. This one even ejects to the left.


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8 Responses to Left-hand kids’ rifle

  1. YeOldFurt says:

    Thanks, I’ve been looking for one of these for my grandsons. Checked out the website but didn’t see it there.
    Thanks again,

  2. Ross says:

    Doesn’t look like he’s got that earplug seated far enough in – as someone who does have hearing damage, I hate seeing anyone, especially someone that young, not wearing them correctly.

  3. Lyle says:

    It’s good to have options. As a kid I learned to use a right-handed rifle left handed. Right hand on the bolt, left hand on the trigger. Since I didn’t know any better, it was easy. Unless you’re using a Mosin or other rifle that tends to have difficult initial extraction, I don’t fully understand why one would need to work the bolt with the strong hand.

    Hendrix played a right-handed guitar upside down, and seems to have done alright with it. Others I’ve seen play a right handed guitar upside down and restrung/refit as a left-handed guitar (with the body cutout on top). Whatever works, Man.

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  5. PT says:

    Stag Arms makes AR15 uppers for lefties and CMMG makes lefty .22lr conversions

  6. LED Bulb says:

    I like the rifle,I want for my child to find his left hand rifle.

  7. Don’t know if I can handle a rifle myself as well…

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