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Unread 07-19-2010, 09:12 PM
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Re: Shooting positions

Yobuck, I guess we agree to disagree, although what you described were 2 different positions under your term predetermined and then go on to talk about walk and spot but never unaided.

I never said unaided and can think of at least 3 positions one might use for walk and spot all can be with or w/o an aid...standing, kneeling and prone.

IMHO, type of hunting, terrain, density, distance and type of game may very well dictate various positions. Not to mention if a prey animal is stalking you and decides your dinner...I want to be proficient in shooting at least up close unaided and from whatever position afforded me the best self defense shot.
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