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Old 01-06-2013, 17:53   #1
Tom D
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Location: Woodbury, TN Cannon Cty
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Shooting a hand gun (glock) from a rest

I have had difficulty shooting from a rest and I think it has to do with my technique.

Can someone tell me how the gun should be supported?

My rest permits me to rest below the muzzle and below the the grip, supporting the gun in 2 places. Is this correct? I seem to shoot high consistently and my groups are poor.

I've read some where I recollect that the only support should be the wrists on a bag or support not the gun, gripping the gun normally.

Is there a right or wrong way? A way that would best reflect the guns performance? Aside from a Ranson Rest.

105 views. Im thinking it might be a case of what ever works.

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