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Well I'm no expert but it looks like she's cross-eyed dominant. My younger brother has the same problem, he's right handed and left eye dominant. You have two options, one is for your daughter to use a right handed bow to make use of her dominant eye or your daughter will have to learn to use her left eye to make use of her more coordinated side since she's left handed. I would recommend you trade her bow in for a right handed bow, it will take less time for her to learn if she uses her dominant eye and she'll have more fun with it. I personally don't use sights anymore, my first bow when I was 9 didn't have sights and then when I started hunting deer when I was 12, everyone expected to me to shoot with sights, I am not comfortable with them, so I have left the sights and peeps behind me and I shoot instinctively, like one would with a recurve but I'm not trying to make anyone shoot the way I do, we all do things differently. Most people don't want to practice enough to become good instinctively, you have to know your limits, it has taken me two years to achieve 3 inch groups at 40 yards without sights but I have yet to take game with either a gun or bow at that distance.
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