instead of the rifle until you obtain the proper sight
STANDING (OFF-HAND) POSITION.The
standing position (fig. 11-26) is used to engage surprise
targets that appear at close ranges. Normally, you use
this position when engaging targets less than 100 yards
in range and when you are constantly firing and moving.
Figure 11-25.Variation in sight picture for each range of fire.
Figure 11-26.Standing position.
Figure 11-27.Kneeling position.