Thank you for the replies. These are one reason that I like this site - everyone is helpful and respectful.
I do not yet have a bipod but hope to get one next year.
I have uploaded some pictures from home showing me holding the rifle. This might help. I was not flinching when I sighted in and did not get him with the scope, but after being hit several times yesterday, flinched to the point where it was time to just give it up and wait the extra hour for the range work party to begin.
I seemed to have a really bad fit issue with the rifle yesterday.
Next time I go to the range I will bring the flip camera and video tape my shooting.
To clarify --I was shooting prone at the range using two old pant legs filled with wood pellets as a rest.