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Old February 22, 2013, 04:56 PM   #31
cw308
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Join Date: September 2, 2010
Location: Long Island NY
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Cheek weld is important. If you don't have the same sight picture, your POA is different. Bench rest shooters with low recoil calibers have very little contact with the rifle, they put the cross hairs on target with a 2 oz trigger & let the rifle do the work. With sporting rifles cheek weld is the way to go, cheek pressure, light or heavy must be the same. with out a weld looking through the scope, is like looking at how fast your wife is driving from the passenger seat. It's a comfortable height when shooting, just close your eyes rest your head on the stock,open your eyes and if your eyes are in line with your sights than your stock height is fine. Most of the time it's a chin weld,will stress your neck. Try it and see if it works for you. Be Safe Chris
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