The word Extreme had to make my choice at 50. That's the longest I've had to shoot and I only did it once. I had a buck at 15 yards duck my string, took one to the spine, I thought. It was down for quiet awhile, 20 yards out, out of sight behind some brush could here a little movement, stayed put ready for another shot or wait it out. All of a sudden it gets up and runs out to 50 yards, turns broadside and stops. My first arrow sticking straight up out of his back. I ranged him at 50, aimed high for 40, looked like a good hit. Ran east, I went for help, came back and started tracking 2 hours later, found 2nd arrow, good blood, 1st arrow broke near gut pile and ATV tracks leading off the property. I never even thought about shooting 50 yards til then.
My longest first shot was under 35 yards and I'd rather keep them under 25.
American by birth, hunter by choice.