Now I don't want to spend 20 rounds a week on a range "tweaking" performance, but why do others seem to feel this is important in the harvesting of deer?
Surely only the first round out of a cold barrel is what kills / counts?
Surely the repetitive nature of "zeroing" is just that. My rifle does what it says on the label, but.....
What about the one shot, uneven stance, where did that come out of, type of shot ever get repeated ?
Why can't we seem to get to shoot on a public range on anything other than bench or prone?
Remember that knee deep heather on the stalk that turns into waist deep at the same moment the deer sees you. Kneeling or standing shot only, please choose within the next second. Didn't practice.....
That bloody Roe that stands up 40 feet from you on the stalk into a Red Stag...... Quick shot, glad it's down and start crawling and hoping you don't have to spend another day.....
Target shooting is about repetition. Stalking/Deer Shooting / Harvesting (love that term) can only be about the first shot. Calm deer, sudden loss of blood pressure to the brain, adopt a supine pose (maybe a little way from the last mouthfull of food). Process and eat.
Yes, I want to shoot to improve my field accuracy, just not this Vegan attitude toward Cloverleafs.