Your rifle's zeroed and you're ready for the hunt, right? Wrong! In order to be sure you're ready for every possible hunting scenario you need to practice shooting from multiple positions. The fore mentioned sounds good but with the price of ammo now days and for the sake of your shoulder you best grab a tennis ball, an airgun and hit the range.
Use Air Rifles And Tennis Balls To Practice Hunting Situations
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