Ben is a great guy, he was a Squadron Commander off a Carrier during the Vietnam War. He flew the Intruder and what was called a Shit Hot Stick.
Great person, funny guy.
Him and Steve go to Africa every year to hunt.
wierd stance. doesnt look stable at all, even for a .223. but who am I to say anything about form. lol
like a mix between ayoob and weaver...maybe I should try it!
ya think ? Doesn't he live on the Pan Handle ?
He comes in for some of the upper level Revolver Matches and other shoots at times. I've spoke with him a bit, listened allot. Even met Jerry Miculek at WAC before, him and Cliff know each other more than they let on when filming the Top Shoot Season 3.
He is rotating at the hips across 5 targets set at different ranges and heights.
For the most part when shooting in a fixed position you need to align yourself before you start out so your feet allow you to roll around at your waist and not shuffle your feet.
Something you can keep in mind though.
When you line up to shoot directly in front of you, point your lead foot directly at the target. This causes your hips to fall into line directly in front of you. You point your foot and roll at the waist and you hips will pull around to where your foot is pointing, drawing your shoulders in line, once there you lock you body.
As you get more used to it, you start snapping into position really fast, the other things is when transitioning between targets, look at the target your moving your weapon to before pointing the weapon. This way you point like pointing with your finger and you don't have to search with your sights.