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Old 9th May 2015, 05:52 PM
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lateral movement can be caused by the hips being out of line with shoulders, i.e. the natural point of aim is left or right of target and the shoulders are compensating, triggering the X shaped muscles across the back to contract/relax or the butt can be too long... or too short...

my hold is ok ish, it's the trigger & follow through I lack. Too much bad habit from PCP's.

This is why it's frustrating to see shift

Because if I can do that with 6 shots off the knee at 55, why can't I hit 25yd full size kills when the sun comes out?

Been doing a lot of work with Hmangphilly up the road at Area 52... stock's been treated to some nice pillar bed mods, and one of his sizers seems to be doing the magic, so we'll see. That group was today's effort after some tinkering this week. And we gave it a couple after the temp dropped this evening and it still went spot on...

We'll see. It would be nice to just build up some confidence that lasts more than 1 shoot... and hopefully I can combine that with doing my thang at the same time.
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