Not really sure how to phrase the question, but here is the situation: A couple of years ago, I had a detatched retina in my right eye. While I can still see with it, it's not great. I can't use iron sights on my Mini-14 anymore. I can see a bit through a scope, but not sure how it will be in an actual shooting/hunting situation in the field. Trying to shoot left handed seems totally un-natural to me. I'm not sure that I will be able to shoot left handed. What I am wondering is, is there any device/scope that I could get that would allow me to shoot right handed using my left eye? One solution that I can picture is that of a small video camera that would attach to the rear of the scope and have a small monitor like you see on regular video cameras that swings out to the side where I could see it with my left eye while shooting right handed. The other possible solution is a prism device like a binocular that would offset the view through the scope to the left enough to see through it with the left eye. If anyone knows of a device that would help me out, I would be most gratefull! Thanks in advance.