As Kevin would say, practicing with your ‘other strong hand’. When is the last time you shot with your ‘weak’ hand? The Lt. used to say every time you practice shoot one or two magazines with your weak hand. Its a practice I have done since the 80s, but my left has never become as good as my right, I may be able to keep them ‘in the black at seven yards’, but its not a target that I would brag about.
Along these lines, have you ever considered needing to wear your firearm on the opposite side? I didn’t until this weekend. Drawing with the weak side, wearing the firearm on the opposite side and, for me, having a left hand side holster were not things I had thought about, but it is something you may want to consider.
Nasty cut on the Index finger, the splint keep it from bending and opening back up. It won’t fit in the trigger guard. The middle finger has the remains of a burn/blister. Got to go with the Left, for me the weak hand.
Practicing as a lefty, while shooting is one thing, but I have never considered what I would really need to do to be prepared to carry as a lefty. Good news, the cut should be healed enough to shoot with in a week or two, till then a new holster is ordered and should be here in a couple of days.
We constantly try to visualize the worse case scenario, but do we think about it from the aspect of what we may be physically capable of doing?