Which hand do you wear your watch on?
It seems odd that he shoots lefthanded, and wears his watch on his left wrist. Also, the gun barrel appears to only be ported on one side. I'd think a person who shoots left-handed would have a left-handed gun, and that left-handed gun would be ported on the left side so it didn't vent in front of your face.
Speaking of watches, why would a president wear one? Afraid his ever-present lackeys will be distracted?
Actually, in the day of ubiquitous cell phones, why would anyone wear one except as a mere fashion statement?
First - watch goes on right wrist.. (Threw that in because I am also right - as in correct - handed as opposed to wrong handed people who think they're right...)
Next, if you look at the photo of the gun you will note that there are ports on the left side of the gun also, but for some strange reason the smoke (BTW - why is there smoke?) emanates from only the right hand ports...
I’ve been wearing a watch on my right wrist for as long as I can remember. Also went through a period of a few years when I used to sleep with a digital watch on my wrist.
About the only thing I don’t do left handed is use scissors. Everything else, from writing to throwing, including playing guitar, I do left handed.
I’ve used regular firearms (by that I mean right-side ejection) and didn’t really have a problem with the shell ejecting in front of my face, mostly because it’s so fast. Though there was one instance when I was using a 10/22 and a case ejected, bounced off the wall and went down my shirt. Thankfully it cooled off pretty quick.