So... After going through a magpul course a while back, I made some changes in how I shot my rifle (AR15). Primarily, I stopped "blading" the stock against my shoulder and got the shoulders even, brought the butt in a bit and wrapped my shoulders in a little. This also gets me "behind" the sights. It did amazing things for my AR accuracy. But a lot of that position deals with absorbing recoil for multiple shots. So now I've been playing around with my bolt action (small bore in this case, but that's not as important), and I wanted to know if that shooting position is best applied to bolt action, distance shots as well. Specifically, I'm distance shooting for prairie dogs, coyotes, etc. Is the the best technique for bolt action, distance shots?