One other item worth mentioning is that in use the rifle is initially supported by the trigger hand and elbow for initial target acquisition, during this same time the offhand is deploying the monopod leg. Once the target is acquired the Accu-Shot leg is quickly adjusted until it touches the deck, the rifle is then rested on the monopod. Then the operator makes final adjustments into the precise sight picture. It is best to never remove your off hand from the Accu-Shot monopod leg while firing the weapon. Use it to control the sight picture while the other hand controls the feeding (where required) and trigger. It is not a good practice to adjust the monopod leg to get the perfect sight picture, then removing your hand to hold the rifle stock in another area. Try keeping your hand on the monopod leg, with the recoil pad firmly in your shoulder pocket while concentrating on the trigger break. With practice you will find yourself ready to go to trigger just as quick as the action is locked.
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Also make sure u dont get into a plateau with your training, change it around every couple of weeks, have a week off every few months for you Central nervous system to catch up, you dont realise how much strain you put on your body when training, rest is as important a training, give 4 days inbetween large body parts and 2-3 for the smaller muscle groups, watch out for overtraining when doing lifts that do more than one bodypart do biceps and chest together as you dont train your biceps when doing the bench, doing triceps and chest would be over working your triceps, overtraining is easily done and is hard on the body as it makes thr body release cortisol which none of us want, sleep 8 hours every night, and look up different ways how to train look up 5×5 training and German Volume Training if the gains are slowing.