Judging distance for hunting is a lot different than judging distance for target or 3-D shooting. You get more points in a 3-D shoot for hitting a small circle within the kill. Hit an animal through both lungs and they are going down pretty fast regardless of what part of the lungs you hit. You don't get more points for hitting a smaller spot.
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I don't agree with judging distance being so different in hunting & 3-D. When you're in a treestand, you judge the horizontal distance to other trees around you & not by line of sight to the ground. That way, twenty yards 20 feet up is the same as 20 yards on ground level. The 3-D shoots I go to usually have very steep shot angles at some point during the shoot which is very good hunting related practice. Anytime you practice judging distance will be beneficial to you when you need to shoot on the fly.
It also sounds like you don't pick a small aiming spot when hunting. Your margine for error grows when you pick out a certain hair to hit within the lung area, & not just shoot for the lungs.
Maybe I'm not reading you right, but I did read it twice.[;)]