What will make you a better shot, or else drive you to beach volleyball instead, is NRA bull’s-eye competition. I’m referring to F‑Class and its tactically inclined cousin F-TR, which stands for Target Rifle. In F‑Class, either brand, you can shoot at 300 to 600 yards, which is Mid Range, or 800 to 1,200 yards, which is Long Range. F-Class is fired prone with a pedestal rest. F‑TR is shot prone with a bipod. Having competed in F‑TR since 2016, I can say that it will do a number of things for your shooting that ringing steel and assassinating boulders, on your own, will not.