Anyone got some advice on how to best shoot off a Bi-pod and maintain the sight picture through recoil. When shooting my .338 Edge off a Bi-pod I can sometimes maintain a good sight picture after recoil. At other times the barrel jumps up and to the side wildly and I loose sight of the bullet impact. Seems to depend a lot on the surface material that the rubber stops on the feet of the Harris Bi-pod are sitting on. I have tried to hold onto the beast a number of different ways but am not sure whats best.