ambidexter

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ambidexter

(ˌæmbɪˈdɛkstə)
n
someone who is ambidextrous
adj
ambidextrous
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But doctors are increasingly recognizing a third category, called "cross-dominance" or "mixed-handedness." Not to be confused with ambidextrousness (the unusual condition of being equally able with both hands), mixed-handed people are much more comfortable and capable using one side of their body for some tasks but the opposite side for others.
Weak eye-dominance, or true cross-dominance, is a real problem for some shotgunners, and an over-under might make it worse.
The cross-dominance problem you mention is really quite common, and many archers learn to deal with it.