In practice I like to shoot as far as it is safe...I like to start close 10yds, and mix it up, move back to 20, 30,40+ always ranging back and forth..
If you can find a hillside to put a target on, its fun to go back to 100 yards or even farther..
Those long distance shots show every bit of error you will make..
Once you start dialing them in at that range, and it does not take too long..
in a short time you will learn all about your bow and its trajectory.... its all good,
then the close shots become WAY easier.
I practice that way with both my traditional bows and compounds
for hunting.. it a whole new ball game...
make it fun!
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