I was out this weekend in a shooting area I'd never been to previously. A friend of mine told me about it knowing I'd been looking for a place to shoot longer distances, at this spot I could shoot at 400 yards. After shooting for a few hours a man drove down to talk to me. He said that I was ruffling feathers of the hunters in the area by letting off so many shots. He was very nice about it, we chatted about guns for awhile and I packed up for the day. This lead me to the question of etiquette of target shooting during hunting season. I don't love the idea of not shooting in the woods for those months, but also don't want to be the jerk scaring all the animals away. Thoughts?