i shoot from left shoulder, left eye ,evon though im right handed i want to buy a good second hand airrifle but most of the rifles are right handed stock does it make a lot of difference using a rifle with r/h stock shooting from left side. would it make the shot more diffacult.
Some rifles are ambidextrous, you can try one of those, others, like the S400 have a LH stock option, but that's more expensive. If you want to shoot a RH stock left handed, you can pad out the RH side of the cheek piece to make it more comfortable.
The ox is slow, but the earth is patient.
The problem is with many rifles is that they have a distinct right hand bias not just where the cheek rests but also in the grip eg Air Arms, Daystate. For a left handed shot you get a sharp blade sticking in your cheek as the top of the stock is rolled over so to speak. You need to pick a rifle with a slight right hand bias only eg BSA Scorpion, Ultra, Lightning or the Wiehrauchs as these can be shot by left handers and cheeks can rest painlessly on the stock. You may if lucky be able to pick up a second hand left hand bias rifle. The only thing to do is to visit a well stocked gunshop and try the different brands.
Another option if you are a woodworker is to sand down the offending "blade"?
would you know if the tx200 r/h stock could be shot from the left shoulder with out to much discomfort or as you say it could be possible to work on the stock and smooth the blade of the stock.