expected accuracy off sticks for .300 winmag?
So I have my .300 winmag zeroed at 200 yards, and shooting 1" groups or better at 100yds and 2" groups or better at 200 yards in 180gr federal vitalshoks with both accubond and nosler partitions off the bench. Now I am ready to move to shooting off sticks, and I have no intention of going back to the bench unless I need to recheck my zero. My question is, what kind of accuracy off of sticks should I be satisfied with at the distances I will likely be taking shots from on my plains game hunt? Do I need to be able to reproduce these groups off the sticks? I am new to shooting a rifle off of sticks--we just don't do that for whitetail deer down in southeast Georgia! My trip is in May 2012, so I want to be more than comfortable with making accurate shots off of sticks at the distances expected in multiple positions (sitting, standing, etc) well before then. But, I don't want to beat myself up over not being able to get those kind of groups off the sticks if that is an unreasonable expectation...
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