I have mainly shot from the bench with sandbags so far. I wonder if those of you with extensive hunting experience could answer a question for me. I presume that most shots at game are either taken offhand with no support or from the kneeling position with the left elbow resting on the left knee (for right handed shooters). Some shots would be taken from a seated position with both elbows resting over both knees and I am sure some are taken while resting forearms over a log or backpack etc. My question is this: does point of impact change depending on which rest or lack thereof is used? When I am shooting from the bench I have noticed that it is very important that I use the same technique every time (and there is only one technique that I have found to give me consistently good results). I wonder if my point of impact would be different say between shooting from the seat of my pants with my arms supported over my knees versus just resting my wrists over a log. I know I will have to experiment with this myself but wonder what you all have discovered. Thanks, Brian C.