First I shoot a bench mark group at whatever distance I want to shoot from. I shoot 6 rounds slow and easy from a supported position, either benched or prone with the gun fully resting on the ground or table. From this extremely stable platform I can take out a lot of variables that hurt my accuracy. That group becomes the standard. Then I stand up and shoot from an unsupported position. The secret is accepting that movement I see in the sights, holding them as close as I can to my aiming mark and being smooth on the trigger like I am dragging my finger through thick peanut butter. The goal is to try to shoot the same size group from standing that I shot from that supported position. Julie Golob is a multi-time World & National Champion. She is the author of SHOOT: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition. Follow Julie on TwitterFacebookYoutube, Blog &
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