I guess I have it pretty good compared to the comments of others here. I belong to large gun club / shooting range with multiple pistol and rifle ranges. Three of the ranges are competition pistol ranges with no fixed firing line. You can set up any combination of targets, barricades and firing points you want. Here you can draw, move and shoot however you want. We set up kinda mini USPSA practice courses. I will run anywhere from 200 to 500 rounds depending on how serious I want to practice.
Another range is all steel plates, different sizes, 10 to 25 yards. It has swingers, spinners and falling plates. Also a bench and fixed and covered firing line. On this range it's so much fun you tend to shoot until you run out of ammo.
There is also a 200 yrd pistol and .22 rifle range with a full bench, numbered firing points and a covered firing line. It's used for Bullseye and small bore competitions. Then there is a 300 yrd rifle range for the big boys. Full bench and covered firing line.
And if you're feeling old school there's a full Cowboy City that you have to see to believe. It has maybe a dozen "buildings" with multiple benches and firing points. Those guys really get into it
Obviously here we do a little of everything depending on time and mood. I always find the time to shoot my EDC. And we always bring along two or three .22s. Last all day trip I'd say we hit or passed the 1000 rd mark through twelve maybe thirteen guns.
Other days I may just shoot a couple of hundred rounds through my USPSA match gun for draw and shoot practice. We take our shootin' purty serious here da hills.....