A huge emphasis is placed on the size (or lack thereof) of a shooter’s group as an accuracy measure. Trouble is, deer don’t stick around as you fling multiple arrows. Hunting demands a single, perfectly placed arrow. So some evening when your practice time is limited, grab one arrow, and visualizing that 3D target as a living, breathing deer, take your shot. No do-overs. No “Oops, I dropped my bow arm there.” Just one shot. With practice, you’ll learn to shoot it well.