Re: Defensive Edge LRH class July 15 & 16
Glad you liked the class. About shot placement, it is hard to discuss in note form until you see the photos and some film it is a tough sell to most traditional heart lung guys. I teach it in the class because it is what I like, but like I said in the class my way is not the only way, if you like it use it. A classic case of this working is the opening shot on beyond belief the elk at 752 yards. If you watch carefully you will see the shot is aimed high shoulder and impacts at the perfect height for that shot but does not connect with the shoulder, the windage is off slightly and connects with the spine maybe 8 inches or so in back of the shoulder. This in my opinion is good use of you best mechanics. Elevation is much more consistant than windage a high % of the time, the high shoulder allows for more windage error than the traditional heart lung shot. It is an added bonus that it drops the animal on the spot. There will no doubt be people who disagree with me and that is OK it just is what has worked for me.