There is more to it than even this. It is the weapon i learned on and will always rely upon.
I was also taught, without the actual rifle to hand, the correct method of rapid fire for the so called Mad Minute. I address this because i have yet to see it properly demoed on any video. My informant was in the first uptake for the future SAS under Montbatten in WWII. He shared a bit of his training with me.
Properly handled you can lay down ten rounds of aimed fire literally as fast as you can settle and aim. It is really uncanny just how effective it can become. Nothing else is engineered to do this. That plausibly includes our semis which will pull you off your aim point. And i am not going to tell how it is really done here.
Ample practise will make you steady and very fast. That is why the Germans thought that they were under machine gun fire.