Just what is accurate shooting? To a hunter, a head shot on a squirrel, halfway up a tree, is accurate shooting. To a trick shot, consistently hitting a quarter, tossed in the air, is accurate shooting. To a tournament shooter, consistently hitting a 4" steel plate, at ten meters, might be accurate shooting. For me, consistently hitting a variety of targets, at unknown ranges, is accurate shooting. However, I think we need a standard of accuracy. The international agreed upon distance for slingshot competition is ten meters. The most obiquitous slingshot target is the pop can. So, I say consistently hitting pop cans, at ten meters, is accurate shooting. What do you think?