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Gunwerks Shooting Tip -- Shooting from Sitting Position

 
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Old 06-01-2011, 07:47 AM
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Gunwerks Shooting Tip -- Shooting from Sitting Position

This one is really timely for me. I have been working on improving my seated position technique for use in a couple of specific locational conditions this fall.

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Re: Gunwerks Shooting Tip -- Shooting from Sitting Position

Very informative. More stuff you want to get.
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Re: Gunwerks Shooting Tip -- Shooting from Sitting Position

Video wasn't what I thought it would be. I thought it would something on how to shoot better from sitting position without the use of gagets.

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Re: Gunwerks Shooting Tip -- Shooting from Sitting Position

Thank you. As wyo stated more gadgets we want..lol.
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