I mostly agree with that, but not 100%; the small difference probably due to being a left-hander that shoots right-handed. I did the way you describe when using speedloaders and have since the 70's, but with moonclip revolvers, I'm actually faster and more positive loading with my left. Simply put, even though I shoot right handed (just how I learned, since back then guns were all made to be shot right-handed) my left hand is my better-coordinated hand. The risk is obviously possible mental glitches from having two different methods, but I simply don't carry speedloader-fed revolvers anymore. Most of my handgun carrying is with a plain-jane 9mm semiauto, and on the occasions that I do carry revolvers, a small 986 in 9mm or the bigger Redhawk in .45 fit any need I have, so the lefthand-fed moonclip thing works well for me. Might not for everyone, but I've tried it numerous times both ways and this way (for me) is much smoother, quicker, and more positive. If I were to start carrying speedloader-fed revolvers again, I'd have to come up with another solution, but since I don't ever carry them anymore, it's become a non-issue....Jim Cirillo and I say that you should never attempt to speed load a revolver with your weak hand!
I'm right-eye dominant. Don't really know if that's from birth or (like shooting right-handed) is just acclimation from decades of shooting that way. I write, throw, eat, use a hammer, knife, etc, left-handed; only shooting is a right hand thing with me.So, . . . . for the two guys who are naturally left-handed, but shoot revolvers with their right-hand, what are you guys, cross-eye-dominant? 🤪
My favorite handgun: (S&W 686 w/ 21/2" underlugged barrel and custom-made Hogue stock.)