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[–] pushthis 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Use your skeleton to hold up ghe weapon as much as possible/use muscles as little as you can get away with: you want solid rest for the firearm.

Pretend the trigger was made with a hinge in the top of it where if you dont pull directly back, it will hinge to the side(outside the trigger guard) as you squeeze it to the rear. Pretend the gun aint gonna go off if you are new to the weapon so ya dont subconsciously twitch.

Where your cheek meets the stock is your home. Welcome to your home love it and identify it.

If your m16 jams, Slap the mag, Pull your charging handle, Observe the port(for somthing aint right), Release the charging handle, Tap the forward assist they installed on the weapon, Squeeze the trigger to see if it works. SPORTS

For long range shots you need steady proper oxygen to your eye balls. You may want to take your eyes off he sights to rest. You also should use the bottom of your breath or 2nd best is top of your breath(or breathing cycle) to routinely fire. This keeps sight picture stable, because your (like terrence mckenna says)"body"(/)has less moving during these moments in the breath.

Drink water

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[–] dynamiteVacancy [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Kudos to @Kekfashy for this one.

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[–] drakesdoom 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

For pistols, in rifles it absolutely matters.

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[–] Slayfire122 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

In Colorado, the popular rounds for elk are 270 and similar rounds while all the out of state hunters use 30 cal rounds. It's all subjective.

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[–] drakesdoom 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I can get a rifle big enough it doesn't matter where I hit the target. Try that with a pistol.

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[–] Spaceballs-1 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Also the Jews did it.