Me too, I'm a "in the ball park" guy. I knew where I happy and much of that comes from experience. For me, this game we play is a process of connect the dots. The details often become subliminal.
I am not one of those guys, that know how fast my bow shoots or how much my arrow weighs, what twist rate I have on my veins. I know I enjoy hunting and this helped get more time doing it. I cannot talk shop very well with other bowhunters, I just know what works for me.
I, honestly, cannot say I'm there either (completely giving up the rifle). There are still things I enjoy pursuing with a gun, and there have been hunts where time and resources were limited. Thus, I picked the rifle because it was the right tool for the task at hand. I am still, first and foremost, a hunter. I wouldn't be opposed to picking up a club, if nothing else was available.
I know several guys who GAVE UP the rifle and went strickly to bow hunting, I never could, I love the smell of gunpowder first thing in the morning.