Originally Posted by Kevg
As far as supported positions go I find it beneficial to have Daystate Panther style hamster so you can push it into your wrist with your shoulder, in my case it really locks the rifle and makes it easier to keep the crosshairs steady but that's just me, as we know everyone is different.
Kev, just took this from UKAHFT rules page regarding Kneelers.....:
Please be aware that the hands cannot be dropped to allow the wrist joint, arm or any other part of the body to support the rifle.
Hmmmm, Maybe watch that wrist when the big boys are looking....