I'm wondering if anyone has ever done something like this. When I used to bow hunt a lot I would shoot groups from random distances onto a paper plate. It would be the first shot of the day over a few days. I did that to see how my first shot ability was. I'd take some sitting, standing or around a tree to simulate field conditions. I always liked to think anytime I let one go, I knew where it would go. This helped my see how good I really was. Anyone try this with a rifle over all the distances you plan on hunting at? In all honesty I don't have the skill to shoot a rifle at the ranges that would make it interesting,but I know there's a lot of great shots here who could make it interesting. I'm really interested to see what members here can do. Zero to as far as your comfortable, first shot of the day. No warm ups, no do overs or sighters. Just one shot, at a random distance like you would in the field.