On another thread I kind of got side tracked a bit and related a story about one of those shots where you just put the gun down because you knew you'd spoil the illusion if you fired a second shot. That empty cig pack was about 25 yards out. Another time, my cousin and I were on a bluff overlooking the Umpqua River shooting our .22 rifles and a honey bee started buzzing us, my cousin says Take that you silly bee, and holding his rifle with one hand like a pistol shoots at the bee and hits it. When my youngest son was about 11 or 12 he decided to put a scope on my Marlin Model 57. So we are up at our shooting spot and he puts a water balloon on top of an old pallet we were using to hold targets Colton had sighted the Marlin in on. It's at about 80 yards and Colton is firing round after round at it trying to pop it. I've got a brand new rifle I'd built in .54 caliber and this is it's first time at the range and I'm loading it's first charge. I figured 70 grains of 2f black and a patched round ball was going to be the best place to start working the load from so that's what I loaded her up with. I tell Colton he better pop that balloon before I get this thing loaded and ready to fire 'cause if I get I a shot at it I'm going to. He says "Right dad, you haven't even sighted it in yet." I get her loaded and capped, take aim and pop the balloon first shot. I tell him you better pop the other one before I can reload this thing, my second shot popped the second balloon. I never did sight the thing in or change the load on that rifle, I figured if it can hit a 3 inch water balloon at 80 yards and do it twice in a row shooting offhand, why mess with what works. So, tell us about your one shot wonders.