RIFLE SHOOTING POSITION
We are currently modifying the veteran assault rifle shooting stance to this deformed shooting stance suitable exclusively for small recoil weapons, such as the .223 Rem. (5.56X45 Nato). We can see that almost all American schools shoot very stiff, straight, with almost straight legs and almost parallel feet.
It is evident that if our weapon is a 7.62X51 or something with more power, such as a shotgun, with this position we will not be able to absorb the recoil of the weapon and we will lose precision and shooting speed when unbalanced. Using both postures according to the weapon is unrealistic, since when we are under pressure in combat, our unconscious will place us in the posture that we have trained the most. For this reason we will adopt a unique position, which is always the same, regardless of the type of long gun that we operate. Simple is effective.