Which carry is the best carry for keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction?
Thereof, which carry gives the best control?
The two-hand carry provides the best control over the firearm. One hand holds the firearm's grip and the other hand is on the forearm of the firearm. This is sometimes referred to as the ready carry, since the firearm can be shouldered quickly. This carry gives the hunter the best control over the firearm's muzzle.
Likewise, what is the trail carry good for? The trail carry uses one arm to carry the firearm, leaving the other free for balance. The cradle carry rests the gun across your forearm and elbow. The hand easily secures the firearm by grasping the stock. It is a comfortable carry that reduces arm fatigue.
Herein, which location is the best crossing point when crossing a fence?
If you are crossing a fence, place the unloaded firearm on the ground with the muzzle pointing away from you and where you'll cross the fence. Cross over, move in behind the firearm's stock, reach under the fence, and move the firearm to you while watching the muzzle's direction.
What is the first thing you should do after crossing an obstacle?
The basic rule in crossing any obstacle is simple: Unload first. Should you slip or fall, the gun cannot fire because it is unloaded.