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Old 9th January 2016, 10:30 AM
SteveC200 SteveC200 is offline
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Originally Posted by skires View Post

When you've done that ... people can concentrate the moaning on the wrist position relative to the knee and hamster contact with forearms/wrists etc.
Isnt it already extremely clear?

2 The hands
The Leading Hand will support the gun, and forward of the wrist should itself be unsupported (the wrist is
deemed to be the hinged joint between hand and forearm). On the Leading Hand, in front of the wrist joint,
only the Leading Hand or Glove should contact the rifle, or appear to contact the rifle.

On the Leading Hand and Leading Arm, any parts of the Glove and/or other clothing and/or arm behind the
wrist joint should not contact the rifle or appear to contact the rifle
So leading hand is unsupported and only that hand can support the rifle. How can anyone get that wrong?
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