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Learn Shooting Form & Gun Fitting (RO)

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Rollin Oswald, Aug 2, 2009.

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  1. Rollin Oswald

    Rollin Oswald Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Brillion, WI
    Many shooters could shoot better if they improved their shooting form (gun Mount, stance, gun mount). Many cannot because the dimensions of their stocks will not allow it - they do not fit the size and shape of the person shooting it.

    Odd shooting forms introduce limitations to shooting success. They can include head movement during swings, visual constraints and inconsistent gun mounts that cause even more problems. (It's like shooting a rifle with a loose rear sight.) A number of skills, abilities and physical characteristics combine to make a good shooter and shooting form is an important one.

    Shooting form can be learned at any of the many excellent shooting classes or schools. To get the most out of them however, you must be able to use the shooting form being taught. If you cannot, you will limit the benefits available from the class.

    A well fitting gun also reduces felt recoil, allows smoother and more accurate swings, delays the onset of fatigue and makes practice more productive.

    If you cannot visit a stock fitter who will teach you shooting form and then fit your gun to you and the correct form, consider ordering a copy of "Stock Fitter's Bible". It has sold all over the U.S. and to shooters in 19 foreign countries.

    The book details shooting form and explains its relationships to stock dimensions and shooter size and shape. Step by step instructions are given to check and change each stock dimension to make your gun fit you.

    Fitting your gun yourself is not as easy as visiting a good stock fitter but if you cannot do that, "Stock Fitter's Bible" is your only alternative.

    Click on the Website URL above for more information.

  2. Clayshooter08

    Clayshooter08 Member

    Nov 26, 2008
    Asheville, NC.
    I have one, GREAT BOOK, THANKS ROLLIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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