I'm 20 years old and have been hunting since I was little. Fact of the matter is, like a lot of hunters, I just don't get the opportunity to get out and shoot like I should. I just got a rifle reloader for Christmas and I will be purchasing a Savage 11 in .260 when I head back to college. There, I will have a lot of time to actually get back into shooting. I'm starting with reloading which I think is a good way at my age. Will save me a lot of money in the long run. Problem is, I don't really know the best ways to shoot. I know there is no best ways, but there are certainly a lot of techniques. Where do I even go to start? I will mostly be practicing prone supported in the end but I sure don't want to ignore other shooting positions and off-hand shots. Even basics as what part of your finger should contact the trigger. Or what the most popular breathing habits are. I don't really know any of this stuff even though I should. Should I start with an Army or Marines handbook? Articles on general shooting techniques here, or threads discussing material. Books? Thanks for any help!