Also remember to practice away from the bench. Best thing a guy can do is get a 10” gong and go out in the area you’ll be hunting and hang it up and shoot at it. Shoot prone but also try sitting or kneeling or any other real world way. Shoot in different directions and different angles. You’ll get a really good idea of what your limits are. You can also do this with shooting rocks which is much easier and convenient but you need to be able to jundge the size of the rock with your reticle. Sometimes those rocks look a lot smaller then they are so make sure you are using your reticle to range them. Look for rocks in that 1-1.5 moa range to test your skills. That way you know if you make a hit it would result in a vital hit if shooting at most game animals. I usually will spend an afternoon on my deer hunts early in the trip and drive canyon roads and shoot rocks to really get myself and my rifle dialed in.