Since this is a hunting forum and hunting season is here for pretty much all of us , I was just thinking......and that can be bad. How many of you know what a CBS (cold bore shot) is (don't take this personal) and know where it goes for each rifle/handgun you hunt with? Same goes for a CCBS (clean cold bore shot) although anything I personally hunt with is going to be fouled properly before I go out. I know everybody "sights their gun in" and zeros it at a certain range, but what happens with it when you take it stone cold out of the case, go hunting and have to make that first, important shot? How many of you think it important to know where the CBS goes? How many of you know where the next 2 shots will go immediately after your initial CBS? Since this is a hunting forum I am using a 3 shot group format. How many of you actually document the CBS and the following shots that might occur under hunting conditions? Hopefully only the first shot will be all that is ever needed. I've been tracking this on my 7mm AM and this is a CBS with 2 additional shots done a few days ago in the wind. I don't always shoot the other 2 shots. This is one I just did yesterday to check the CBS and then went to busting rocks at about 1400 yards. My personal view is that if I don't know where the CBS is going to go then how can I go hunting game animals. I almost always check my CBS at the range I zero at, which is 300 although I will also, when out playing, try it at any range I can see a rock that looks like it's going to attack. Admittedly this gun makes life a little easier as I have a couple of guns that aren't nearly this user friendly.