He was in the process of shooting another good score, no doubt. Several of us email shooters have been having a discussion lately about how to hold (or not to hold) a BR rifle. Well, look closely at Ken here. Notice the firm cheek pressure, and the solid contact with the shoulder. It's hard to tell, but he's got a real death-hold on the pistol-grip with that right hand. When you watch him shoot, the rifle moves not-at-all upon firing. I've got a feeling that most rifles will shoot best this way, but it takes a really good shooter to do it. Ken is one of those--he was never out of the top 10 the whole weekend.