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Shooting 12 Gauge Pump Action from the Prone Position?


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#1 wilkens21

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Posted December 06 2020 - 03:06 PM

Was looking at this article and how it was talking about the difficulties of doing it with a pump

 

https://blog.cheaper...-shotgun-prone/

 

I've seen Paul Harrell do it in his videos, but can anyone recommend a decent training video on it (ie: handling recoil management etc)? Can't find any on youtube other than some folks doing it for kicks. 



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#2 martinp

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Posted January 07 2021 - 05:56 PM

the issue with prone shooting is that the body is stuck to the ground, and it cant move with recoil.

 

buttpads help, or a recoil reducer like this one. 



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Posted January 08 2021 - 12:38 PM

which is why I absolutely hate sighting in my Mossberg 500 that, with a rifled barrel, scope and youth stock I use as my deer gun, is painful to shoot from a bench rest.   (I have gotten by with a laser bore light in a simulated shell casing.)






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