ZR, . . . here is a fun little game you can shoot if you want.
Mark off 5 yds, 10, 15, 20, and 25.
Get a stack of cheap, white, paper plates, . . . I like the 5 inch or so size.
You shoot 10 shots from each distance, . . . you could do 5 right / 5 left.
The first distance scores 1 point for each hit.
The second distance scores 2 points for each hit.
The third distance scores 3 points for each hit.
The fourth distance scores 4 points for each hit.
The fifth distance scores 5 points for each hit.
Start at 5 yards, . . . you MUST HAVE A FULL 10 HITS OUT OF 10 before you can move to the next stage. Miss once, you have to shoot out that stage, but you then have to shoot a 100% stage before you move back further.
Score the paper plate, . . . put it in the stack.
Watch your scores go up, . . . when it doesn't, . . . figure out why.
It really is a good little exercise, I think.
I am also planning on making the rifle version of it a part of my shooting regimen, . . . it is 25 yds, 50 yds, 100, 150, and 200. I only shoot irons, . . . so this will be fun for me this spring, . . . of course, . . . if spring ever does arrive here in Ohio, . . . heard the bus was broke down somewhere in southern Tenn.
May God bless,