If you are truly ambidextrous, then figure out your dominant eye.With both eyes open, Hold you index finger out at arms length and align it to a point about 10 yards away. Without moving close one eye then the other. It will jump side to side. Witch ever is the one that aligns to where you originally sighted in is your dominant eye. I am right handed and right eye dominant. Others are not.Unfortunately my vision out of my right eye is failing much faster than my left.
OK you seniors... try not to laugh. What about an SPA / Artimus / Mrodair CP-1M Targetmaster for an entry level pistol? I know it is not in the same league as the others mentioned, but for $79.99 it is down to now, if it is honestly as accurate a target pistol as I have read (with a little refining), it is cheap enough to test the waters on 10M shooting.
According to the Crosman sitehttps://www.crosman.com/1701p-silhouette-pcp-pistol-177"Shooting at velocities up to 450 fps, the 1701P is capable of 50 shots per fill."The number of shots is going to be a problem for standard competition, as a standard men's match is 60 shots + warm up. So you are going to have to stop to refill the pistol in the middle of the match, not good.The other potential problem is the bolt and William's sight.The pistol has to fit into a box to be legal. I am concerned about how far to the side the adjustment knobs on the sight, and the bolt stick out. It may fit, I just don't know.This also depends on how fussy the match organizers are to stick to ALL the rules. Some may be happy you showed up to shoot.
I had it delivered to work and it just got here today!Can't play with it until I get home. Longest afternoon I can remember in a quite a while...
Can't open the box in the office, for various reasons.
DUDE... I worked there before!