I attended the June shoot at Douglas Ridge and I've now got the bug. I swapped my scoped 10/22 for one with tech sights and I've been practicing trying to improve on my 174 AQT. I'm getting close... shot a 200 untimed last weekend. The Appleseed instruction for open sights advocates the "pumpkin on the fence post" sight picture, and that's all well and good... if your shooting pumpkins on posts... or bullseyes... but we're shooting various sized silhouettes and the prime scoring area is a bit below what I would call center of mass... so that sighting scheme (the 6 o'clock hold) is not optimal. Would I be better off sighting my rifle so that my shots hit on top of the post at 25 yards and holding slightly below center of mass on all of the targets... or should set my sights for a 6 o'clock hold on the smallest "400" yard target and eyeball my point of aim accordingly on the larger targets?