Sounds like from a hunting perspective you could probably get away with a single pin sight, but here is another viewpoint for you to think about.
I have found that the best way to become very accurate at any distance is to become a good shot at a further distance. For instance, 40 yard shots were troublesome so I started shooting 50 and 60. Once I was decent at these I went back to 40 and didn't have any trouble. My point is to keep the 30 yard pin as your hunting pin but leave the others so that you can vary your practice. Become good at 50-60 yards on the range and the 30 yard shots in the woods will seem like a lay-up. Just my opinion.
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Glad to talk to all of you, but I'd rather be sitting in a tree stand on a cool morning trying not to move so that the bruiser buck directly below me doesn't figure out that I am watching him!