im a left handed pistol shooter and currently own a s&w .357 as my home defense gun but its made for right handed shooters. i was wondering if i could switch it around for left handed shooters?
I'm sorry to report that it can't be safely done. By the time you made all the modifications necessary you would have to make a totally different frame and mirror image machine many of the parts.im a left handed pistol shooter and currently own a s&w .357 as my home defense gun but its made for right handed shooters. i was wondering if i could switch it around for left handed shooters?
yessur best answer i got to be honest haha practice does make perfect i need to invest in a speed loader or two my son was just borne 2 days ago so i gota take care of him first $$$ is kinda tightThe gun in my avitar is a S&W 586. It is a 357. I have practiced enough with it that I can relaod with speed loaders every bit as fast as a right handed person. Practice, Practice, Practice.
We get what youre saying, but were just trying to break the bad news lightly. It cant be safely done to an already produced revolver. Its an interesting idea, but since the majority of left handed revolver shooters seem to function fine with how it is now, so there probably wont be a change in revolvers in that sense in the near future. As Rick said " practice, practice, practicel".treevor said:oh i know this i have no problem shooting it left handed but it would just be nice if the cylinder opened towards my right hand instead of the opposite way if y'all understand what i mean.