Because hunters rarely have the opportunity for a prone rest, practicing various tripod resting positions—under a time constraint and physical stress—will help you to become more accurate and fast in building a shooting position.
Practicing under a time constraint and physical stress will help you become more accurate and fast in building a shooting position.
Kristy Titus is a Cabela’s Pro Staff Ambassador as well as an NRA-certified Refuse To Be A Victim and basic pistol instructor.
March 14th, 2017Kristy Titus: The Dollar Bill Barrel Test
To ensure the greatest downrange accuracy, you want to be sure that nothing is touching the barrel of your rifle. Here's a simple test to find out.
March 14th, 2017Kristy Titus: Physical & Mental Components of a Hunt
Adding physical and mental pressures to your hunting training will help reveal fundamental errors that are made with external stressors.
March 14th, 2017Kristy Titus: Making Ethical Hunting Shots
Because making ethical shots on a big-game hunt is a must, here are a few things you'll want to keep in mind when setting up for your shot.
March 14th, 2017Kristy Titus: The Follow-Up Shot
Share identifying characteristics of the animal you're tracking so your hunting partner can help relocate the animal if a follow-up shot is necessary.