Your word for today is potshot because I just found out that a potshot is a shot taken not for sport, but to put game in the pot. Can you say, “Hmm?”
[pot-shot] noun, verb, pot·shot or pot·shot·ted, pot·shot·ting.
1. a shot fired at game merely for food, with little regard to skill or the rules of sport.
2. a shot at an animal or person within easy range, as from ambush.
3. a casual or aimless shot.
1858, “shot taken at animal simply to kill for food,” in other words, to get it in the pot, not for sporting or marksmanship.