Wednesday, December 24, 2014

The BRASS Method of Shooting

An article from the North American Hunting Club's website:
Taught by U.S. military scout sniper schools, the BRASS method of rifle firing is a keep-it-simple approach designed to consistently achieve precise shot placement. Although it was devised for the war fighter, this technique will also improve the accuracy of the long-range rifle competitor or hunter.
As with most things military, an acronym was devised to help the shooter recall the basics:
  • Breathe
  • Relax
  • Aim
  • Stop/Slack [when you take up any slack in the trigger]
  • Squeeze


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