The "real world" is quite another.
Some of us actually use binoculars, spotting scopes, and even range finders.
I have a farmer that calls me at least once a year when he finds signs of groundhogs in his fields.
A make a trip out and usually can clean them out in a single day.
Most have already been shot at enough to be very wary, so shots over 300 yards are pretty much required.
The crops are a very nice wind indicator.
I have never found a maximum load to be the most accurate in hundreds of rifles, and none of the guys I shoot with have ever found it either.