I was firing from my bench a few weeks ago and i was intently watching the center of my target as i was starting the squeeze on my trigger. right before the trigger broke, a dragon fly hovered DEAD center on my crosshair. when the rifle went bang, i'm fairly certain the dragonfly met his end. it was after all, only about a foot from the target. this got me thinking about when i'm shooting at 800, 900, 1000 yards, how many bugs do i hit and what does that do to my bullet and trajectory? last weekend, i was shooting steel at 869 yards and in the bottom where my target was, there was a swarm of mayflies. has anybody else thought about this? what are your thoughts?