How many of us exert ourselves and then try to shoot?
We'd need our own range. Maybe some privacy. The strict bench rules of a crowded public range might not be the best place for such experiments.
I was thinking, a buncha pushups, pullups, and sprint a couple hundred yards. Then immediately, while you are still huffing and puffing, heart pounding, sweat in the eyes, pick up a rifle and from the standing position try to get meaningful hits 100 yards away.
A Marine buddy suggested this after I told him about the seasickness test I saw on Firearm Blog.
He shared it is nigh impossible to get an aimed shot off while wearing MOPP gear. That's the anti-chemical suit. At a minimum the lens fogs up. Cheek weld is problematic.
Douglas T. Jacobson - Doug Jacobson joined the Marines as a 17 year old in 1943. He fought in the Pacific in several campaigns. He survived the war, was in and out of the servic...
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