I'm not talking about flinching, bucking etc, but rather changes in bullet path due to different holdings. the rifle recoils as the bullet is traveling through the barrel so if the rifle has different recoil path I'd expect the bullet's path to differ. For example- heavy recoiling rifle is held in a leadsled so that there is virtually no rearward movement, but due to design, the muzzle is allowed to rise. or, the rifle is fired from offhand position and the recoil moves the shooter's shoulder back several inches and while the muzzle does rise, having spent some of the recoil moving back, the upward movement would be less. I would expect there to be two different patterns of impact. I'd guess using the leadsled would have a higher pattern. those that have shot a lot of heavy recoiling rifles, is this correct, or at least is there a noticeable difference in aim points?