You’ve now taken a better level of control over your breathing and now have much better trigger control. But you just can’t get a good shot because you can’t find a stable shooting position. At the range it was easy because you used a bench. But now that you’re out in the field, how do you hold a rifle correctly, especially when you see a critter and your adrenaline is pumping? Follow a few fundamentals about standing, kneeling, sitting and prone positions for shooting in the video. Share & comment below.
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