Originally Posted by Picher
That said, position shooting requires the fastest lock time, to minimize the (continual) user-induced rifle movement after the sear breaks.
Not to be dense, but I'm not getting this.
It seems to suggest that a successful shot from a field position relies on timing the shot, rather than accepting one's wobble and having good followthrough. AFAIK, timing the shot is a pretty futile endeavor. To that end, seems to me that lock time ought not be an issue, even when position shooting. I understand this may be an area where theory and reality clash, though.