• Position your body at approximately a 30-degree angle to the target.
• Place your left hand under the handguard.
• Bend at the knees and break your fall with your right hand.
• Push backward with your feet to extend your legs and place your buttocks on the ground.
• Cross your left ankle over your right ankle.
• Bend forward at the waist and place your left elbow on your left leg below the knee.
• Grasp the rifle butt with your right hand and place the rifle butt into your right shoulder pocket.
• Lower your right elbow to the inside of your right knee.
• Lower your head and place your cheek firmly against the stock to allow the aiming eye to look through the rear sight aperture.
• Move your left hand to a location under the handguard which provides maximum bone support and stability of the weapon and allows the front sight post to be centered in the rear sight aperture. To adjust for elevation:
1 • Move the left hand rearward or forward on the handguards (moving the hand
2 rearward elevates the muzzle).
3 • Open or close the "V" of the left hand for small adjustments (closing the "V"
4 elevates the muzzle).
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