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    More tips for prone position

    More tips for building a stable prone position and avoiding common errors

    https://youtu.be/qWUCfSlkQts
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    Excellent vid Norway!

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    Thanks, glad you liked it. Next episode will be most interesting/ more relevant to NZ hunters. It was fairly tricky to film it (catch all the details) and but thankfully editing is straightforward if timeconsuming when I got all the puzzle pieces.

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    I found it excellent as well, I have been shooting quite a bit of 22 RF and I especially liked the focus on technique for "vertical" without worrying about the wind. Thanks Norway
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    I could give you a few tips on prone. It's been my only comfortable position for the last 8 or so days - as soon as I am able I'm going back to shooting sitting down, kneeling or standing up thank you very much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tentman View Post
    I found it excellent as well, I have been shooting quite a bit of 22 RF and I especially liked the focus on technique for "vertical" without worrying about the wind. Thanks Norway
    A Danish guy formulated the step-by-step error removal very well, it was something like this: Your water balloon has 11 holes. You only have 10 fingers. You can't fix them all at once.

 

 

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