I got my dirty mitts on some old ammo than a friend didn't want anymore (he had sold his 9mm pistol) so I decided to go burn it up today as I hadn't been to the range in awhile; ammo pricing and availability being what it is. After about 50 rounds of warmup shooting I started doing some drills which included one handed shooting with each hand and also some target aquisition/double-tap drills.
I noticed that my right-hand only groupings were MUCH tighter and more accurate that even my double-handed shooting. I'm very right-handed and right-eye dominant so it seems that things just line up more naturally when I use my dominant side to do everything. Left-handed shooting seemed equivalent to double-handed.
So, this brings me to an interesting dilemma: Should I just go with the right-hand-only as the main way I shoot and practice? I usually only did one-handed shooting as a drill but I really did shoot noticably better with the right hand only. I obviously want to improve my accuracy no matter which way I sling bullets downrange but after today I'm considering adjusting my main shooting style (for lack of better terminology). Anyone else do this?