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Robert E. Smith will not be using his right hand as much. About the only thing the former Master Sergeant could do with his right hand was shoot a rifle accurately, he says. While training with the Marine Corps, he switched back and forth, "left handed to right handed, left handed to right handed," he demonstrates in the cafeteria at Edward Jones' training facility in St. Louis.

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