When sighting in a deer rifle from a benchrest, your goal is to shoot the tightest groups possible at your aiming point to ensure a precise, consistent point of impact when hunting. But it doesn’t take much to sabotage that goal. A little too much pressure on the forearm or buttstock, a little too tight a grip, or too much finger on the trigger can all push a bullet to a spot where you don’t want it to go. Here are four key details to pay close attention to in order to set up right, shoot better from the bench, and ensure your gun is ready for the deer woods. Read More…

BY BRAD FENSON | AUG 29th, 2017 | Field and Stream

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Deer Hunting Season Rifle Sight in Days 2019 at FLSC