Hello all, Have lurked here on and off but could not find the answers to my questions by searching so I had to register and post. I shoot a sporter weight bolt action semicustom rifle in 300 Win Mag (about 8.5lbs with scope and loaded0. Handloaded rounds are 180 gr Accubond and 180 gr Partitions. Scope is a Leupold Vari-x III up 3.5- 14x. Off a bench and rifle rest at 100yds I get repeatable sub moa accuracy. I have begun more diligently shooting at 200yds from the prone position with and without an RS-1 Rifle sling. During this process I have discovered how difficult it is to consistently put groups together and how critical forearm control and trigger control are to this process. I realize what I am asking here is not true long range shooting but I figured a group of dedicated shooters could give me an educated answer. What is a realistic expectation for shooting in the field on game distance wise from the prone position, sitting position and kneeling position? Most of my hunts results in shots under 100 yds but I am wanting to do some hunting out west or in Africa with longer distances. In other words when I am on a hunt with a lot of hiking and moving and then I come upon some game I am thinking I probably won't have time for setting up sticks or maybe even wrapping up in a sling. I am thinking max distances (as limited by my shooting ability) with my current set up are 300yds prone and maybe sitting. Figuring 200yds kneeling and 100yds offhand. Are my expectations too low?