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The basics,

1) Hold rifles with your arms bent and either in a tri-pod fashion (at the elbows) or with your trigger arm rested against your side.
2) When you go to fire press the rifle overly hard against your shoulder, take a full breath in.
3) Then, let the rifle loosen up a half tick and let out half of your breath.

If you follow this for the basics then you will find that you have a 3-5 second window where the front site will sit dead nuts still. With a scope, same deal.

By pulling the rifle in hard/relaxing and controlling your breathing you will see a marked improvement in your groups.

Now this is just basic shooting 101. However, the basics are what you need in order to do anything advanced.
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