Bud, at the Quail Unlimited shoot in Savannah, Ga. checks the “Optic fit” of a customers gun. He finds that a large number of shooters have their stocks to low, that makes them to take a loose cheeking on the gun. They can never be consistent in the way they cheek the gun and their scores reflect it.
Have someone do as Bud is doing; look from the muzzle; of an empty gun, and see where the center of your eye is when you mount the gun. You mount the gun with your eyes closed, then open them and a lot of you will find out why your scores are inconsistent.
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