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Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Northern Berks County, PA
To piggy back on the in-home practicing, I'll often put on the Outdoor Channel and when they show animal scenes, they don't linger on a shot very long. So I use this to practice getting my reticle on the animal where I want it before the camera view is cut away to a different one. It's good practice. You don't know how long you'll have...sometimes they stay on one camera view longer than others.
To be clear, do this with an UNLOADED firearm! I usually either pull the bolt out completely or I'll take out the striker. Either way, be smart and safe.