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Old 12-21-2001, 11:27 PM
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Re: Shaking while shooting

On the bench I will lean into the rifle as much as posible, shooting on a bipod I use a similar method to what Dave King uses, loading up the bipod with right shoulder. Most of the time at the bench I can keep the target in the field of view during recoil, which is pretty good for a 25x scope. It usualy ends up in the upper right hand corner from a little overcorrection.
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