Bradley Bourner from Professional Sporting Solutions has a series of tips for achieving the best shooting position. Prone is definitely the best position for a stable shot, but it’s usually the least convenient while hunting in the field.
The 3 factors that we want to employ in any shooting position are:
In this video, Bourner shows us how to use body position and bone structure along with properly relaxed muscles to create the best shooting position.
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