Yes. The only 111mm I have is also Left friendly. Not sure if all 111mm liner locks are like this? Liner lock engages from the right, so very natural to close with left hand (gives right handers an idea of what it’s like for us to use ‘normal’ liner locks)
Here are some. 111 OH Close (lefthanded)(Image removed from quote.)130 has a button to release, and it's on the right side.(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
Statistics aside... I would class tool handedness for left handed people into three classes:1. Almost irrelevant. No physical difference for left or right use, only visual. Examples would be text on a pen (upside down), logo on a knife (faces away). 2. Mildly annoying.Tool orientation in left or right hand creates some difficulty for left-handed use. Examples would be knife liner locks and many OHO MTs, digital calipers, potato peelers, tin openers, scissors, smudgy pens. 3. Painful.Tools physically contoured for right-hand use that are downright painful or sometimes impossible for a left-hander to use. Examples include scissors with ergonomically shaped handles, firearms with thumb rests or shaped stocks, and any other object that requires a firm or prolonged grip that is contoured for the right hand. Fortunately, most tools fall into categories 1 and 2 and as a lefty I hardly take any notice of the difference. (with left hand :-)
Thanks GLBM. That’s a serious op. But it is remarkable how the body can adapt to changes. Puts lots of things into perspective when something forces you to think or behave differently.
That sounds nasty GLBM