I recently came back from helping a first time hunter out. We had been talking for a few months about the hunt and what he needed to do and the things he would need for his first hunt. Upon arriving at camp I have him shoot his bow to make sure everything is still dialed in, misses the target 3 out of 4 times at 20 yards. After seeing that I kind of sabotaged the hunt, in a sneaky way, because I wasn't willing to let him shoot at a deer and not know where the arrow is going. He saw alot of deer and a few bucks dandy bucks and I think he got alot of the experience but I don't feel great about it. Did I handle that completely wrong?