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Old 04-25-2012, 6:54 PM
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Originally Posted by gau17 View Post
I think I saw one of you vids where you were shooting w/o one. Can you give me any pointers? I can't seem to keep my point of aim steady w/o one. Maybe if I hold the rifle long enough I might be able to build some muscle memory.
1. Orient body for NPA.
2. Bone support, not muscle support.
3. Trigger control.
4. Break the trigger immediately when the sight picture is good.

1 and 2 above will keep your wobble centered on target.

3 and 4 will mitigate the effect of wobble.

Try to break the trigger as your sights approach the center of the target or come into the target, not when it's on target.
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