I've stumbled upon this principle known as economy of shot. It goes about marksmanship back when a man who needed dinner needed to hit the squirrel in the tree and all he had was his .32/.38 caliber muzzleloader. If he missed, he had no dinner. He had to make that shot count. In today's day in age in shooting, I feel the idea of marksmanship is not really emphasized enough. I feel this mindset of the economy of shot and remembering the squirrel in the tree for dinner would help improve everyone's marksmanship. This is just food for thought.