Yes, I was reading about an international competition, where they start with an approx. 3.9" disk and shoot progressively smaller disks, with the smallest being about 1.6" at 10 meters. Being able to hit the little disk consistently would be super accuracy! However, to me, Rufus Hussey accuracy is the most impressive, as it comes at random distances and target sizes. In tournament shooting, you're shooting at a set distance, at set targets (except for a woods course) and you can practice on those targets and at 10 meters. So, you can develop accuracy at 10 meters but does that translate into accuracy on a pop can at an unknown distance, maybe somewhere around 27 yards?