It looks like fit may be the problem, shotgunners know how important fit is to accurate shooting. A good exercise is to pick a spot on the wall, close both eyes and mount the rifle. If it fits correctly you should be looking very close to that spot when you open your eyes. This workes for open sights and scopes. If the barrel is high the stock is to short, if low it's to long. A good rule of thumb is with the recoil pad in the crook of your and hand extended towards the pistol grip, your index finger should just reach the trigger to the first joint as if you were going to fire it. People spend lots of money fine tuning the fit of a shotgun but seldom pay much attention to the fit of a rifle!My wife love to hunt but she has been getting very frustrated because she can't see through a scope consistently. She missed the opportunity on a buck last year because she couldn't see through the scope. Its bad enough that she's not eaven excited about our elk hunt next week.
Is there a somewhere she can take some shooting classes and get professionally fitted so she can enjoy going again.
I have tried to help but I dont know how and it normally ends in a fight, from what I can see she is shouldering the gun to low and can't get a check weld but she says its comfortable there. I'm going to make a foam riser for the stock at work today.