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Old 08-05-2010, 02:53 AM   #11
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Let me save all of youse guys some money

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I know you guys and gals all love your rifles but why do you encourage contact with the weapon? Im sure im probably wrong but the way ive learned to shoot encourages less contact. Less contact equals that much less of a chance of human error.
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I know you guys and gals all love your rifles but why do you encourage contact with the weapon? Im sure im probably wrong but the way ive learned to shoot encourages less contact. Less contact equals that much less of a chance of human error.
Gotta have a good, consistent, cheek weld. Other than that I don't know if anyone is advocating extraneous contact.

Less contact is 100% correct to remove the "human factor", though.
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i fondle my weapon every day or so ,if it needs it or not........... lol
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