Two hands make light work…

Sporting Gun - - Rifle Skills -

QI AM try­ing to lo­cate a copy of a DVD about your “Move Mount Shoot” tech­nique. I am par­tic­u­larly in­ter­ested in your ad­vice on proper gun mount­ing.

John says: For a copy, please phone High Lodge Shoot­ing School on 01986 784347 – one of my staff will be happy to help.

There’s no big se­cret to good gun mount­ing, the key is to keep things as smooth as pos­si­ble, and not be in too much of a rush to get the stock to your shoul­der. The two golden rules are to “push” the bar­rels at the tar­get and “lift” the stock at the same time.

Avoid, at all costs, the habit of mount­ing the stock first, then lift­ing the bar­rels to the tar­get. All you need to re­mem­ber is that both hands share the work of align­ing the bar­rels to the tar­get.

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