I was just wondering what the best way is to hold the rifle when you are shooting off a bipod? I'm needing to zero the .22-250 this week and normally I would hold the fore-end of the rifle to prevent the barrel flipping up,(certainly I do this with the .270). But I have seen quite a few pictures where the shooter only has his right hand on the gun and his left hand coming across his body and almost supporting his right fore arm,(ie left hand holding right elbow).? If any of that makes sense, I was just wondering if it was a suitable way of holding the gun? I usually do it with the rimfires but I thought muzzle flip with the CFs might be an issue?
I was also told that some ranges don't allow you to use the .22-250 on them? Is this correct? I would have thought you could easily push a light .243 bullet a lot faster than a .250? I only use factory rounds anyway?