Donít Swing the Rifle when Snap Shooting
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Donít Swing the Rifle when Snap Shooting

Donít Swing the Rifle when Snap Shooting




      

Donít Swing the Rifle when Snap Shooting


Donít Swing the Rifle when Snap Shooting

In this work one important thing may have been noted by the shooter, he doesn't swing on his target and shoot with a moving barrel as he would with a shotgun, but throws his sights beneath the moving mark where he stops his piece until the falling target cuts the line of sight, when he pulls. The difficulty of the game is not so much holding the rifle as gauging his pull so that the trigger will yield exactly as the descending target cuts the line of sight. Where the marksman is slow on trigger he may have to pull just under, while if quick and sensitive of nerve the shot can be directed at the lower edge of the mark. The real allowance at thirty feet is not so much for the speed with which the block is falling as it is the time required for putting thought into action in pressing the trigger. In the matter of acquiring instantaneous nerve response to the will the snapshot is superior to any other class of marksmen.

The principle of snap shooting with a rifle is to fire with a still arm only, the target alone moving. If the rifle and target are both moving, the problem becomes much more complex, indeed practically impossible with difficult shots. It follows that no great amount of lead can be given in fancy rifle shooting, but the marksman must catch his target when it is moving slowly, as when just beginning its descent, and the range must not be so great that much consideration will be required for the bullet's time to the mark, or for the space covered by the latter in the interim. Not one fancy shot in a hundred could strike a six-inch disc tossed up at fifty yards, which shows us the strict limitations of the game.

Askins, Charles. Rifles and Rifle Shooting. New York: Outing, 1912. Print.

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