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Does eye dominance change?

  Eye dominance never changes anatomically only switches  temporarily in certain conditionsAny eyes exercise to chance eye dominance gets extinct once the exercise ends. Cross firing is a false ”eye dominance” that can be temporary or a long term problem. Cross firing is an inducted eye dominance cause by many factors. The main factor is when the dominate eye gets tired or gets weaker then the non dominate eye wants to take over. Eliminating those factors, if possible, will restore the original eye dominance. 

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Coach Bill
Answered almost 2 years ago
Eye dominance never changes anatomically, it can only switch eyes temporarily  !
There are eyes exercises to chance eye dominance, but when you stop exercising, the original eye dominance comes back.

Cross firing is a false ”eye dominance”  that can be a temporary or a long term problem. Cross firing can be caused by many factors. The main reason is when the dominant eye becomes tired or weaker(optically). If it is possible to eliminate those factors that cause fatigue, it will restore your original eye dominance.

phil kiner
Answered over 1 year ago
Find the Janurary 2017 issue of Trap and Field and read my 2 part article on cross-firing.
It is NOT a one answer fits all shooters problem.
You don't care about your eye dominance what you care about is whether or not you cross-fire and if you have a problem cross-firing then you need to deal with that issue.