For the longer ranges I have started making my own targets. It is really frustrating to not be able to tell where you are hitting at the longer ranges and have to wait for a ceasefire to go out and look so you can make adjustments.
I get a package of 3 pieces of foam board (30"x40") from Office Depot for about $15.00 and cover them with a clear plastic that is adhesive on one side called Carpet Mask. I don't know where you could get a roll because our warehouse has pallets of them. Apply the plastic and paint it black. When you shoot it will be clearly visible
like a Shoot-N-C. In that target I was also using the Shoot-N-C target but in the future I will be using just a 1" orange dot because the holes in the plastic are more visible than the Shoot-N-C
The foam boards just pop off and are reusable and I have been through 4 range sessions using the same targets. You can use the small round covers with the Shoot-N-C to cover the bullet holes or just carry your can of spray paint down to the target and repaint. Saves money in the long run.