The last discussion got me thinking about one's ability to shoot well. This by far is no bragging as I'm no sniper but shooting fairly accurately has never been a problem for me until late in life as my eyes are causing me problems shooting open sights. There were comments about having a limited number of firearms and being super accurate with them has some merit. However, I know I can grab just about any rifle from the safe and know it's pretty well on target. Every hunt requires prior bench shooting so not I'm saying there's no need to sight-in, just that having several rifles wouldn't be an accuracy problem for me. I think I probably follow the norm on this but am curious as to how you stack up to accurate shooting. Does it come naturally or do you fight the target bull? I seem to get caught shooting for others as they just can't get on target. My son has followed suit and might get the best of me now, not sure. I think I can hold my own still and may have to go to rear peep sights on the flintlocks if I want to continue shooting them. How do you stack up? :crazy:Just wondering and something to discuss.