I have the same problem and i would risk to say that almost every field target shooter has the same down spot wich is standing shots. What i usually do is try not to concentrate on the killzone but the recticle instead. Another thing is not to waste too much time on preparing the shot. You better get into position first of your feet and body alignment and after lift up the rifle. I use the 10 meter ISSF technic of breathing and allowing the gun to go up and when exalling, do it slowly so that i can rest the crossairs on the spot. It tends to work with me but i still get faulty on windy shots standing. I gess it's a learning process that requires a lot of practice.
I also would point the importance of the ballance ofthe rifle. This may be the great difference between a good shot and a miss.
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