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Old 03-21-2013, 5:46 AM
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you're probably too loose on the sling since your position is relaxing and you're letting the rifle fall away from your body. Make sure the sling is high on the bicep. Make sure the rifle is over your support elbow when in position. Try choking up on the foreend with the support hand or shorten the sling a notch if choking up puts you too high up in the position.
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