I find that putting the butt of the rifle stock on my collarbone really helps out with recoil management while in the prone. Is this wrong. I have heard you do not want it on the collarbone, you will eventually crack your collarbone With a magnum rifle. I find if I put The butt of the rifle stock in my shoulder pocket, it is always bouncing to the left. Not so much with the heavy rifles, but especially with lighter hunting rifles. When rifle is On the collarbone the rifle recoils straight back and I am back on target after the recoil pulse.