There are four standard rifle-firing positions: prone, standing, sitting, and kneeling.
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The prone position is the steadiest of the four positions. Because it’s the easiest to hold, it’s the best position for mastering the fundamentals of firing—aiming, breath control, trigger squeeze, and follow through.
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