Help with aimpoint and ball alignment! - Page 2
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Yes I think it does. If you are lining up the line on the ball to a target and you use your non dominant eye then the angle is going to be wrong which is what was happening to me.
I had to pull some notes from when I was in college but my instructors (police officers) used to always tell me about eye dominance and throwing off the shot!
Wish I would have remembered that tidbit but I didn't really think about it.
Anyway to fix the issue an officer would wear glasses and tape over the non dominant eye to train him/her on shooting with both eyes open.
If you are looking at something and you close one eye and the object doesn't move in your vision then that is your dominant eye, but if it does move then it is your non dominant eye and it throws off the angle.
Ah, this reminds me of when i took a geo class in college, we had to use these glasses to look at topographical images. I had the hardest time getting them to look 3D, it was because my right eye was so dominant. So i guess this never really bothered me because my left eye never really plays a part in my primary vision except for depth perception.