Yesterday I took a new neighbor of mine out to a SC's range to do some fun shooting. He told me that he thought he would like to learn to shoot clays and asked if I could help him decide what type of shotgun to buy. I told him that I had 2 guns that he could shoot to get a basic idea of what he might prefer. We took a Beretta Silver Pigeon and a Beretta A400 Xcel (smurf) gun out for him to shoot. All went well UNTIL he mounted the gun..... He shoots left handed and both my guns were set up for me (right handed) ! His experience was a disaster. He broke 2 out of 50. I tried explaining to him that the issue wasn't with him but it was the gun and the way it was set up. I suggested that we return to the club house and see if the had any left handed guns for rent but they didn't. I am afraid that his experience might have turned him against our sport.... Any thoughts on how I can help him get over this disaster? He is an ex-military guy so he is somewhat familiar with guns, just not shotguns and how they are fitted for clays.