In the sport of 3-Gun, a firing position called “reverse kneeling supported” has evolved. A typical 3-Gun stage will often present targets at distances ranging from right in your face to 400 yards. In most instances, the more distant targets are presented with shooting-position options ranging from prone to offhand. However, barricades, walls, tables, and other objects are often incorporated into the competition course to give the competitor a chance to obtain more stable firing positions. The reverse-kneeling supported position allows the shooter to take advantage of these objects.