Posted August 30, 2017 9:00 am by Comments

By Richard Mann


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<div data-cycle-hash="rifle-shooting-1" data-cycle-desc="Learn the dismount: Rifles are carried—often with a sling—much more often than they are fired. It's likely you'll be carrying your rifle slung on your shoulder when you need it most. You should practice dismounting—removing the rifle from the slung position and getting on target—from at least two of the common carry positions and your right and left sides. You should be able to unsling the rifle bring it up and on target in less than two seconds. And you should be able to do this safely, without letting the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="rifle-shooting-2" data-cycle-desc="Mount up: Shouldering your rifle correctly is one of the first steps to making a good shot. You should bring the comb of the stock up to the face (eye) first and then snug the buttstock into your shoulder. Practice with your eyes closed first. Then open your eyes and adjust your positioning to achieve a full view through the scope or a proper view of the sights. Then, repeat the eyes-off mounting to establish proprioception, which is …Read the Rest

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