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STANDING Steps in Building the Position: 1. Orient the Body-- Turn 90 degrees from target 2. Shoulder the Rifle-- Keep wrist straight- -drop left arm on.

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1 STANDING Steps in Building the Position: 1. Orient the Body-- Turn 90 degrees from target 2. Shoulder the Rifle-- Keep wrist straight- -drop left arm on side 1 2

2 STANDING Steps in Building the Position: 3. Position the Left Elbow on the side or hip directly under rifle 4. Position the Butt-Plate and Head -- Rifle Butt Up-Head Up! 3 4

3 STANDING Steps in Building the Position: 5. Select a left hand-wrist configuration that raises the sights to target level Lowest Highest

4 STANDING Steps in Building the Position: 6. Relax and Balance the Position-- straight line support from feet thru hip & elbow to rifle 6a6b

5 Shot Technique in Standing Start above bulls-eye, Exhale & stop breathing, take up trigger slack Center the front sight movement over the bulls-eye Squeeze the trigger while the front sight movement is centered

6 Trigger Control in Standing Center the front sight ring movements over the bull’s-eye

7 Steps in Proper Use of the Sling 1. Hold sling with length adjustment down, arm loop buckle up 2. Insert arm in loop 3. Place arm loop high on arm, tighten4. Attach sling with 1/2 turn to right

8 PRONE Step 1: Orient the Body--Lay the mat at a degree angle to the line of fire, attach sling to rifle and lay on the mat Firing Line

9 PRONE Step 2: Fix the location of the left elbow (elbow that supports the rifle) Form an imaginary line from the left hand to the left foot Place the elbow directly under that line

10 PRONE Step 3: Position the butt-plate UP in the shoulder so the head is erect Step 4: Shift the left hand forward and backward until the sights are pointing at target level Step 4--After finding correct left hand location, adjust hand stop back to hand

11 PRONE Step 5: Tighten the sling until it fully supports the weight of the rifle Step 6: Using the left elbow as a pivot point, rotate the entire position until the sights point at your target

12 Shot Technique in Prone Squeeze the trigger while the front sight movements are centered Approach from same direction for each shot, exhale & stop breathing, take up trigger slack Relax left arm, center the front sight movements over the bulls-eye

13 Loading Pneumatic Rifles in Prone 4. After pausing, push rifle forward with right hand--push charging handle to rear with left hand 5. Wrap arm back around sling and return left hand to its position on the fore-end 6. Load pellet and fire 1.Take arm out of sling 2.Grasp charging handle with left hand-- grasp pistol grip with right hand 3.Pull rifle to rear with right hand while extending charging lever forward with left hand to fully open charging lever Steps Steps 4-5-6

14 Prone Position: The final step in establishing a good position is to practice live and dry firing in the new position Stability comes from relaxing your arms and letting the sling support your position

15 KNEELING Step 1: Build the Position Foundation a.Place kneeling roll on firing point, turn degrees from the line of fire b.Kneel over the roll, rest ankle on roll, keep right foot vertical c.Sit on right heel, keep weight back on heel d.Locate left foot so lower leg is vertical

16 KNEELING Steps 2 and 3 Step 2: Put the sling on and attach it to the rifle Step 3: Shoulder the rifle and place the left elbow on the left knee or just behind the knee Left Elbow Location

17 KNEELING, Step 4 Locate the butt-plate high enough in the shoulder to establish a good head position KNEELING, Step 5 Adjust the rifle height by moving the left hand forward or rearward on the fore-end until the sights are aligned at target level

18 KNEELING, Step 6 Loosen the hand stop and move it back to the fork of the left hand--tighten Tighten the sling until it takes over the work of hold up the rifle

19 KNEELING Step 7 Rotate the position to align the sights with your target Pivot over the kneeling roll while moving the left foot and right knee

20 Shot Technique in Kneeling Approach bull’s-eye from same direction, Exhale & stop breathing, take up trigger slack Center the front sight movement over the bull’s-eye Squeeze the trigger while the front sight movement is centered

21 Kneeling Position: The final step in establishing a good position is to practice live and dry firing in the new position To have a stable kneeling position: a. Keep your body weight back on your right heel b. Keep your right foot and left lower leg vertical c. Balance your position over the left and right heels Balance point


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