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Old 11th February 2014, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by brett View Post
I hear what your saying but with the hamster that high which is probably as you say to high but
if its any lower I'm scrunching into the gun which is uncomfortable to say the least
(short legs long torso )
so to overcome this am I right to say get the scope/comb up higher and drop the rods on the hamster a bit
cheers for the great advise
Hey Brett,

Be prepared for it to take at least 4 months to learn to sit correctly, like you I couldn't get down on the scope when I started so raised the hamster, it helped but made the gun top heavy and gave me loads of wobble.

I only need about 10mm in height as well. In the end I took it off the height and forced myself to sit in the proper stance. It killed for about a month but you have to stick with it and then it comes good.

Don't be afraid to make changes and then change again but try to only change one thing at a time so it's easier to solve the problem, changing 3 or 4 things at a time can and often does lead to a nightmare weekend of no shooting and two days on the keys.
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