I've been participating in weekend shoots at varying distances and want to do better. A couple weeks ago I did pretty well for it being my first time with unmarked distances (5-55 yards) on 3D targets, one arrow per target. The second time was known distances (10-80 yards) on target faces, 4 arrows per target, and I think I did horribly.
This bow is sighted in at 20 yards, and I used gaps to bracket myself onto the face by the 3rd or 4th arrow on the long range. It seems it would be better to sight in at a further distance, like 40 yards, for the next time. There's not much time to change my elevation every time we walk to a new target and see what the distance is.