Yes, whatever eye is dominant that is the 'hand' you should be shooting barring some disability that prevents this. Left eye dominant, then shoot left handed. Right eye dom, then shoot right handed.
Every deer, elk, or turkey I’ve ever shot was done using my non dominant eye. I would think being off 6” was due more to “torquing the rifle” differently from an unusual position when shouldered.Probably a dumb question; Will point of impact change if shooting with non dominant eye?
I shot a deer (scoped rifle) and the shot required me to shoot left handed. Impact was about 6" left of where I aimed, but the deer may have moved, or I may have moved?
The crosshair will be the same no matter which eye you’re looking thru. But if there’s considerable parallax hen that might be an issue.I believe what Zebrafive might have been asking is, If you sight in a scoped gun right handed with your right eye, will the point of impact change if you then shoot the same gun left hand with your left eye?