Here’s one for our Law Shield members who own AR-15s:
Prior to kicking off the Crimson Trace Midnight 3-Gun Invitational (M3GI) at C.O.S.S.A range in Bend, Oregon, professional shooter Jerry Miculek shared a few pointers on how to best hold and shoot an AR-15.
Summary: Stay positive in your stance (nose over front toe), use the handguard to its full length, trigger pull is more important than sight alignment, and find your own sweet spot.
Everyone has their own way of holding and shooting their rifle, does what Jerry shared make sense to you? Will you try it? Do you already use a similar technique?