Until 14 years ago, I lived in Southern California and belonged to a gun club that had a 1,050-yard range in property they leased from the US Forest Service.
I regularly competed in practical-shooting exercises and events there: about once a month. I practiced there about once a week.
Most shooting was done out to 500 yards against IPSC silhouette cardboard, and beyond that against steel. There were frequent man-vs.-man shoots against steel silhouettes, first hit wins, at 750 yards; and, less frequently, also on the 1,050-yard, 36" gong.
My rifle's attached sight-card still reflects this shooting, detailing scope and iron-sight corrections out to 1,000 yards.
I miss it.