ambidextrous


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ambidextrous

[¦am·bə¦dek·strəs]
(physiology)
Capable of using both hands with equal skill.
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It features universal compatibility, has a portable and comfortable ambidextrous shape, and the left and right button functions can be reversed.
The MARS-L, or Modular Ambidextrous Rifle System--Light, is touted as the most modern M4 carbine ever.
We're not aware if Star pistols, direct clones of the M1911, were ever produced with an ambidextrous thumb safety.
Specifically, basing our arguments on complementarily theory as well as on transaction cost economics (TCE) and relational exchange theory (RET), we posit that to achieve innovation and cost performance, ambidextrous governance is essential in the buying organization.
2 -- DOMO, a growing leader in smart phones, tablets and PC peripherals, has unveiled its first ambidextrous optical mouse - DOMO MagicKey L1.
The FN FNX-45, a double-action/single-action, hammer-driven pistol, features ambidextrous manual safety/decocking levers, slide stop lever and magazine release.
Well, getting used to the right handed mouse is one thing, but somehow I have always favored the use of an ambidextrous design in gaming mice.
The gloves are latex- and powder-free, feature beaded cuffs and textured fingertips and are ambidextrous.
Also features single-action/ double-action trigger, fiber-optic front sight and ambidextrous thumbrest.
However, JMB could not design personal skill into his pistol, so along with an ambidextrous safety (you being left-handed and all), you should spend some quality time doing draw and dry-fire practice at home in the basement.
Some 1% were ambidextrous, the same ratio as in the wider population.