NEVER rest your air rifle fore end directly on sandbags or a support as your groups will suffer.
Always stay in the aim when and after the shot has been released. This will prevent you relaxing your grip as you release thus the weapon will remain still and on target. Too many air gunners immediately relax on releasing the shot. The brain senses the rifle go off, immediately the tensed up body tries to relax from the control you have been applying over the last 8 seconds.
Result? You are Off Target – Poor Shot – Bad Grouping
The follow through is something you have to train yourself to do. Once you develop this habit you can see the vast improvement in your shooting!
xl_target wrote:NEVER rest your air rifle fore end directly on sandbags or a support as your groups will suffer.
Just curious Briha, what is the difference if you rest the forearm directly on a sandbag versus having your rifle supported by your hand which is rested on a sandbag?
Skyman wrote:Another one - does this apply to firearms as well? Riles for example.
Basu wrote:Dear Briha,
When I do B, I can R .When I do A ,I can not B.when I can not B ,I can not R.
Fore me it is really difficult.
Nice post indeed.
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