No hunting here. But I have a compound bow I'll play around with (target practice) now and then during the summer.
No hunting here, either - but many years ago a buddy got me interested in target shooting and I picked up a Pearson 32 lb recurve, which lead to one of my favorite stories.
Balduck Park near Detroit had an outdoor range at one time, with bales set up at 20 yards. Nothing for a compound, of course, but a nice stretch for a 32 pounder.
Anyhoo, I took the recurve out to Balduck and had no targets in the trunk. I did a quick survey of the area and found a discarded paper cup - not a large coffee cup, one of the small ones out of the coin operated machine. I wedged it into a hay bale, walked back the 20 yards and proceeded to drop six arrows, one after another, into the bottom of that small coffee cup. Outdoors, with a cross wind. I've never shot like that in my life - before or since. After three shots the fella next to me stopped shooting to watch, and there was a small group of spectators by the time I dropped in the final arrow.
I retrieved the arrows, unstrung the bow, and started packing it away.
The guy next to me said "You're done shooting already?".
I said "Yeah, I was just checking the sights..."
I bloody well knew that seventh arrow was going to end up in Cleveland or some such.
All I heard when walking back to the car was "Do you believe that guy did that!!!"
Sometimes it pays to quit while you're ahead.