It's common that light barrels are very much adequately accurate to hit within an inch of the intended Bit of Bambi. How much more is needed?
In some forty years of messing with Bambi, I had one occasion to be where I could have gone prone. I didn't. Grass burrs and stickers and such.
The vast majority of all deer are killed within 200 yards. Anything which groups tighter than two MOA is adequate. (Like most of us, I don't settle for "adequate".
) So, in the immortal words of Hillary Clinton, "What difference does it make?"