I am considering developing a 1 day ballistics class. The target audience would be the "average hunter". The thought would be to quickly review the basics of ammunition and then get into practical ballistics using a combination of lecture, exercises and range work. We would apply this to hunting situation and discuss compensating for things like distance, windage, shooting up hill and down hill. During range work we would have them sight in a rifle and do some practical exercises. What else should be included? If you are a novice hunter, what would you like to learn? If you are an experienced hunter, what are the key things to teach less experienced hunters about ballistics? What good reference materials do you recommend? All opinions/ideas welcome!