Have a look at these expedient shooting positions, taught by a pro from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
When hunting you’re not always going to get a nice rifle rest from a stable shooting platform, such as a blind. Practicing various shooting positions and maintaining accuracy can be critical in making those ethical shots on game.
Even if you hunt mainly from a blind we have all at one time while approaching it had the opportunity to take a nice deer before we got settled in. Let this veteran, Ryan Cleckner, a former Army Ranger Sniper and instructor from the National Shooting Sports Foundation demonstrate a myriad of shooting positions.
There it is, a number of stable shooting positions taught by a pro. Practise these at the range and be prepared to make those shots as accurately as possible when in the field.
It could be the difference between a trophy on the ground, venison in the freezer or a miss and lost opportunity.