The next step was to mount and shoot at a steel plate on a stand from 16 yards away. Between shots, Ash used a paint roller to put a fresh coat of grease on the steel (some people use white wash, or just a can of white spray paint), and we shot and adjusted until the gun hit exactly where I looked when I mounted at a normal speed and fired when the butt touched my shoulder. It turns out Ash was absolutely right that I didn't cheek the stock as hard when I was actually shooting, so there was some readjusting to do after the initial fit in the showroom. After that, I used the try gun throughout the course of a lesson, shooting about 250 targets with it. Every once in a while Ash would stop teaching and tweak the stock.