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Old September 10, 2013, 01:30 AM   #33
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We've discussed this with him previously.
It's necessary to learn the basics, including sights, trigger, breathing, and so on, from as stable a platform as possible, before moving on.

He's been talking about not even knowing where his gun was zeroed earlier.

He has little point of reference to know whether the gun's off, or he's off, and at this stage trying to learn more advanced shooting positions & sling work is not really advisable.
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