I'm equally as bad with left or right hand bows But I've always shot both due to dislocations playing football.I started out with BB guns and then real firearms, but in my late teens and early 20's I tried to see if I could get to be any good with primitive weapons. I sent off to England for a sling (they are big on historical weapons in England, holding various competitions in using them to this day) and after a lot of effort finally accepted the fact that I wasn't any good with it. Then I tried recurve archery, and after a lot of effort got to feel pretty good with it, and then my father pointed out that the Bible says in 1 Chronicles 12:2 that David's mighty men used both the right hand and the left hand with both stones and arrows. My attempts at left-handed archery were pathetic. And I eventually gave up primitive weapons of all kinds. I really admire the discipline and skill that mastering the ancient weaponry requires. It would be fun to watch this modern-day Viking compete on a program like Top Shot, wouldn't it?