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    if you don't need a net attached the Owls or Snipe are ambidextrous
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    I use a lefty. Bad right shoulder make me sleep a little on my left side...
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    Senior Member SoundMan's Avatar
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    I have a "lefty" -I am a right side sleeper and this puts my face towards the
    netting instead of the wall of fabric that is on the shelf side.
    These were special orders and took longer to get...worth the wait if you
    are considering it, check with
    Brandon.
    "The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench,a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free,and good men die like dogs.There's also a negative side"
    Hunter S. Thompson


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    I emailed Brandon before my order to ask how long it would take for the SouthPaw 1.7 double layer BB, he replied pretty quickly that it would be about a week to ship, this was back in December. One week later on the money I received a shipping notice.

    Great service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccwaters View Post
    I emailed Brandon before my order to ask how long it would take for the SouthPaw 1.7 double layer BB, he replied pretty quickly that it would be about a week to ship, this was back in December. One week later on the money I received a shipping notice.

    Great service!
    Very nice of you to name a Blackbird after me, but I really don't deserve the credit... BTW, I think I'm about to order one now.

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    This thread kinda confuses me. Left vs right? How is there s difference ? I usually always lay with my feet to the left ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jons4real View Post
    This thread kinda confuses me. Left vs right? How is there s difference ? I usually always lay with my feet to the left ....
    The standard Blackbird is a head-left, feet right oriented hammock. If you were to stand at the head end and look down on the hammock your head goes to the left of the ridgeline and your feet go to the right. Some manufacturers make hammocks where you can change the angle of your lay but the Blackbird is designed to have a lay in one particular manner. The "Lefty" Blackbird is reversed. Make sense?
    Syb
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    Like my reverse. I use a bag in it and the zipper on it is on the right so it made sense to me to also have the zipper on the hammock on the right.

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