I am extremely fortunate in that I am a member of a camp where I could possibly shoot at a deer up to 1100 yards from select stands. I choose however to limit my range to 400 yards which based on my practice sessions is with-in my comfort zone. Through 50 years of deer hunting on the same PA tract, I would say my average shot has been 125 yards mainly because my primary stands are in large marsh areas.
Rifle... my furthest was in a potato field on a wild hog at 325 (Prone and a bipod) we were helping the farmer out. Deer, I never shot one over 60, with a bow, my furthest on a deer was 35, Turkey was 54 yds (He was full strut, and still. I still think god was with me on that one.)
275 yds. on a whitetail buck in WV and 225 on a doe PA plus a 130 yd free hand heart shot on a PA doe. Groundhogs 425 & 427, but I haven't shot a groundhog in about 20 years, but believe I could easily extend that range now as I have much better equipment....
My average over the last 12 years is 170 yards. That number is pulled down by the half dozen shot under 30. Most common shot at the primary stand is 150-175, but every now and then they pop out close. Longest was 365 seated under a hemlock on the edge of a cut hayfield, knees supporting. The 20 years prior, I was in thicker cover, with the average shot right around 60-70 yards, with the occasional spitting distance shot mixed in.
I'd also say 50 to 75 yards. I hunt a nice travel corridor through some thick stuff and am 25 feet up in a tree. So I get shots fairly tight in. I did shoot an 8 point a few years back that I had in the scope for quite a while trying to make sure he was legal. He was about 60 yards away at one point, but by the time he stopped and a I got a good look he was about 110 yards. That's a fairly long shot for me.