try, hit 5 for 5 clay pigeons, standing offhand, 100m, scoped bolt action. Slow fire is kid stuff. Like ridiing a bicycle, once you really understand it, theres no need to practice it at all, for realistic accuracy. It took me only a couple of sessions, 1 hour each, and I was back to hitting 3" disks at 100m, standing offhand. You can't do better, under realistic conditions of wind, mirage, cold, heat, fatique, typical sporting rifle, So waste time on practicing such, hmm? Go to bipod, or strip off the backpack or se the x'd glass arrow shafts, to brace the rifle in sitting,if you need more accuracy. There's NO time that you can't have one of the above "aids" to shooting. Not and be as slow to the hit as you guys are.