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What's the best way to keep a gun steady will your hunting for deer ?

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dont use the sights. use the force fail u wont

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Nice Yoda-speak
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bi pod if laying down. if standing long forked branch. rest gun in fork other end on the ground

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u point it at your head it also gives you more control

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Lol
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Rest it on a tree branch or stump.

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hold your breath and lay it on something

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how about you all get a gun and commit aye.

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Bipod or a solid surface to plant your rifle on.

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I don't know, but aim with your both eyes open, and hold your breath. :D

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Slowly breath out before the shot.

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Set it on somthing near u with out makeing a noies

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Relax, hold your breathe before the shot, take your time, and rest it on something. You'll be adrenaline mad though, so you probably won't do any of that.

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Playtime has pretty good idea here. The best way is that there are none. It#039;s whatever suits you. But I#039;ll point out using a bi-pedal is a very good idea. Secondly if you don#039;t have a bi pedal then use the rifle sling to tighten the weapon against your shoulder Always shoot deer in the heart. Use a scope If you can and relax, breath normally until moment of squeezing the trigger. safety. also practice shooting positions at home to get that muscle memory and practice shooting a lot.

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Stand in a shooting position, line up those crosshairs, and makesure you hit the heart. Get a tripod or bipod. Just hold it real stirdy like. GOOD LUCK! Hope you dont come home empty handed!

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Put a bipod on it or use shooting sticks.

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Sit with legs pretzled (Indian style) rest elbow on knee and pinch it towards your body. Almost like your in a ball, your far hand will be stabalized by your knee and waist, trigger arm should be tight to your body.

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B.S. you must been smoking some good ole hippy Lettus. Sitting position is hardest to do. You go ahead and try to do that without a gun. Best is the prone with a bipod. Next is kneeling. The worst and least used by far is sitting. You are wrong dude.
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I did try and I can hold my rifle steady. If you can't that's your problem. Don't tell me I'm bs cause you can't hold your gun steady. My answer is for just a guy and his gun. Solution without a extra purchase or time. Practice shooting from every position, even if it's not popular choice.
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I shot thousands of rounds in the Marine Corps from every different positions. Most steady position by far are the prone position. I've trained in the scout sniper unit also. of course I'm not discounting your opinion because everyone do put on their socks differently.
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I agree, most cases prone is the best bet. I was offering a no cost/different answer than the previous ones, and prone might not be an option all together depending on terrain or where he/she decides to shoot from. If the person asking does not know prone position then I don't know what they are doing with a firearm in the first place.
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