So, I bought a rifle, first one, and I've been out to the range trying to apply the handgun basics to rifle. I've got about 200 rounds downrange over several sessions, and here's my question: What constitutes "good" or "proper" cheek weld? Using iron sights at 100 yards, it occurs to me that how my cheek rests on the stock will affect my line of sight. I guess I'm trying to figure out how to be sure I'm looking straight down the sights at the target, and that the barrel is indeed pointing where I'm looking. Hope that makes sense to anyone who'd care to comment.