This week's challenge comes courtesy of Gary. If shooting the TBH challenge, use the same shots for this.
Okay this one is a pretty simple target. Get a paper plate and make a circle in the middle about an inch and a half in diameter. It doesn't have to be exact. Color it in so you can see it well and have a good focal point at longer range. If you don't have a paper plate just use a plain sheet of paper.
This is for your first shot per day every day this week. Seven shots maximum.
Everyone's day one shot will be taken at 4 yards. Each day you hit the target the next day's shot after that will step back 4 yards. If you hit the plate all seven days you would end up with Saturday's shot at 28 yards. Although I doubt most of us (well at least me) will get that far back. You cannot advance back until you hit the plate. So if you miss at 16 on day four but hit it on day five then on day six you shoot at 20.
You do not have to shoot all seven days.
If you cannot get out to 24 or 28 yards on your home range and you get that far in the sequence I have a plan for that and we can cross that bridge if and when we get to it.
Most arrows on the target at week's end wins the call.
So, if you figure that you're essentially shooting at a "kill zone" (8 pts in 3D competition) on a medium size game animal and translate that into 3D, then, hitting all 8s on a 30-target course would put you at 240 -- in the middle of the pack at the latest TBOT shoot. If a few of those shots are not just on the plate but more toward the middle, then you move up the ladder quickly.