Does anyone here have any experience using the 'Short-Stock' shooting technique? It is apparently a method of CQB shooting where a relatively long weapon is not fired with the stock placed in the shoulder, but where the stock is rotated 90 degrees so it is horizontal rather than vertical and placed on and over the shoulder. This reduces the overall length of the weapon in close quarter environments, such as compound clearance. I ask as I have just been issued with an L129 which is similar in length and operation to the M16s used by the USMC who supposedly used this technique in the their MOUT operations. Would anyone who has shot like this be able to advise if it is an effective CQB/MUC technique?