I concentrate heavily on 3 to 15 yards, though the distances at which I shoot depends on what I’m working on during a given range trip. So it mostly goes roughly about like this: 3 to 7 yards: 60% of my shooting is probably done at these ranges. 10 to 15 yards: 25% of my shooting is within these ranges, though the vast majority of it is at 15 yards. 20 yards: 10 % I’ve been decently and reliably accurate enough to be satisfied that I can do it at will and it’s not that much greater a challenge than 15 yards, so... 25 yards: 5% of the time I work at this range and the results tell me I need more work. Which is why some days this is where I do more practice, though those days are lately too few. A note about my goals: Although my ostensible aim is “pie plate” accuracy across all distances (keep rounds within an 8-inch circle while shooting as fast as I can), I find that level of accuracy merely “ok”; I find 6-inches of accuracy acceptable, and 4-inches of accuracy across those ranges makes me feel like I have a good balance of speed and accuracy. Those things said, there are also days where I’m more interest in precision at those ranges and nothing is good unless I can dot-the-i (hit the bullseye) at those distances. This is where I really need to work at 15 yards and farther.