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#1 Themis Gyparis

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 05:23 AM

Hello everyone

I recently switched my arm connector bar on my Smooth Shooter vest to a higher position, mainly because I wanted to lift my post up in order to be able to shoot in level people or objects that are my height or taller and because the post's height can't be changed from above the gimbal. My question is: does that affect shooting in general?

I'm asking this because on a previous post about the Smooth Shooter a friend here in the forum suggested correctly that maybe my problems with this certain rig may also be affected by my body position. So I only have to guess maybe it is also attributed to the new arm connector position, which is now closer to my stomach than my torso? Am I right? Does this affect shooting in general?

Below is a picture of the SS vest. The circle shows the arm connector bar's factory position and the arrow where I put it afterwards. It's very convenient, of course, because together with the arm bending upwards I can shoot tall people very easily, but I wouldn't like it to affect my shooting in general.

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vest foto

Thanks in advance

Edited by Themis Gyparis, 16 December 2007 - 05:32 AM.

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#2 Bryan Fowler

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 08:49 AM


If I understand correctly you are talking about 3-4 inches higher on the vest? If so, I think you're fine.
It's common for people to move their socket block up and down depending on the shot.

good luck.
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