I've been a light weight rifle shooter for most of my target and all of my hunting for the last two decades. 5 years back I picked up a target rig and noticed how sloppy I could be in form and still make good hits on steel at distance. Lately I'm starting to look at an 8-9lb build and wondering where the weight needs to be to improve poor form forgiveness. In real world hunting it's rare to get a perfect prone shot where I hunt. If I can gain something from an extra couple pounds then I'll take it. My question is where should that weight be? On the barrel, stock or balanced throughout the rifle?