So, I'm having a little problem here... When I was about 15, I got a contact essentially glued to my right eyeball and basically had to get it surgically removed. I ended up with a nasty infection that has really wreaked havoc on my right eye. Ever since then, I have never been comfortable doing anything with my right eye as my lead eye. I assumed that my left eye had taken over and become my dominant eye. Well, apparently it hasn't. I'm a nurse, and had one of the Docs I work with (who is also an avid shooter) do a simple test. I'm still right eye dominant... I've just been fooling myself. So, I've been forcing myself to rewire my eyes. I went out yesterday with the new Vaquero and Sig with an eye patch over my left eye. I'm not entirely comfortable with putting unfamiliar firearms in my hands with a damn patch over my eye, so I mainly stuck with the Taurus .357 (it's what I know the best). I saw a difference in my accuracy immediately. So, I'm basically reteaching myself how to shoot the way I should be. The unlearning is probably the hardest part. I have to force myself to stick with the right eye, and it feels highly unnatural. But I don't want to be yelling "Yarrrr!" every time I go out to pop off a few rounds, so... Anyone have any tips?