I've taken my Vudoo V-22 out 3 times now to shoot targets in the desert. The first time out was to zero the scope and plink at relatively large plates at 50 yards. The last 2 times out have been with my wife to shoot at a KYL rack whose plates range in size from 2' - 1/4' in 1/4' increments. I've been shooting bulk Federal ammo that I think ran me like $0.08/round. Based on what I've learned shooting this ammo, it is about 2 MOA in my rifle. I base this on the fact that I can hit the 1" gong consistently 9 out of 10 times at 50 yards with this ammo. I hit the 3/4" plate on average 6 out of 10 shots. My question is this; what do I gain by shooting more expensive ammo to aim at smaller plates achieving a higher hit percentage due to lower bullet dispersion? If the objective is to develop fundamentals including loading the bipod, being centered behind the scope, trigger release, follow-through, etc., do I not achieve all of those things shooting at a 2 MOA target knowing that that's the capability of the ammo and thus, the system? What do I really gain shooting more expensive ammo in a non-competition scenario? I'm not against more expensive ammo, I have a bunch of it sitting here waiting on field testing. It just seems to me that it is better to use the better ammo when it matters. Thoughts?