By Andy Van Loan via wideopenspaces.com
When hunting you’re not always going to have a convenient rifle rest or a stable shooting platform. There aren’t many bench rests out in the wild. So practicing various shooting positions and maintaining accuracy can be critical in making those ethical shots at game. In this video, Ryan Cleckner, a former Army Ranger sniper and instructor with the National Shooting Sports Foundation, demonstrates a number of handy of shooting positions are useful to have in your repertoire . . .
Practice these at the range and you’ll be prepared to make those difficult shots as accurately as possible when you’re in the field. It could be the difference between a trophy on your wall and venison in the freezer or a miss and a lost opportunity.