Seems like an odd question maybe....closer is better right? But I was wondering if there is anyone else who has a specific yardage range that they feel is their "sweet spot". For example, me personally; I cannot explain why or how this is the case, but I feel more confident at 40 yards than I do at 30. When i practice, my 40 yard groups have always been tighter than my 30 yard groups. I can't explain why that is. In real hunting scenarios, I have missed deer in the 25-30 yard range several times. But when I shoot at a deer at 40-45 yds, I am absolutely deadly. My very first bow kill was at 40 yards. My first racked buck was at 45 yards. My first really big buck was at 45 yards sitting on my butt in a corn field. My opening day buck last year was at 45 yards. I have shot countless does and several other bucks at 40-45 yards. That range just feels "automatic" for me. I get nervous when they are at 30.