Practice shooting fast and accurately! The next time you need to Fireform brass make it a little more Interesting by working on your speed and Gun-Handling at the same time. I’ll use a barrel that has lost its competitive edge but is still good. I’ll set up at 100 yards and practice running 5 shots. Lots of cellphones out there that can record you while you shoot. In this video I had mine sitting on the bench. Mainly, I was concerned with trying to handle the gun smoothly while working on speed. A couple of gun-handling keys... Sit square to the butt of your rifle. As the rifle fires stay down behind the gun. Don’t pop-up to reload. Practice picking up your next loaded round without having to look for it. Keep your focus on your condition and getting the crosshairs back on target. It’s critical to disturb the gun in the bags as little as possible. So my thumb is on the back of the bolt when I open the bolt. This helps to keep the gun from rocking in the bags. Sequence of events. When the trigger is touched off The gun recoils into my shoulder. Nearly simultaneous I will push the gun forward by leaning into it with my shoulder, at the same time opening the bolt with my thumb on back of the bolt. I pick up the next round (while not fumbling or looking for it) with my left hand and place it in the loading port. At this time both right and left hands are in sequence. The right closing the bolt the left dropping to the joystick on my Farley. Then repeat.