Originally Posted by Supermag
Depending on how much they're quartering away, hitting towards the back of the 8 ring would be correct on a live animal but on a 3D target, you're supposed to be shooting for score.
Some of the Rinehart targets have a back vital that is used when the target is quartering away and the 10 ring on that is in a pretty good position for shooting at an animal that's quartering at approx. 45* to you.
I'm not sure if I am asking the right question...
I want to hit the 10, but I consistently hit the 8 on quartering animals, the same spot! Should be aiming more forward on the animal to compensate, or am I just not getting a good shot off that is making me miss? Is there a particular strategy as far as aiming point when targeting a quartering 3d target?