Agreed, much better way to go than trying to print a small part of the face on a regular printer. If you get the large face and the replacement centers you can make the setup last loads longer by pasting it to a sheet of cardboard. The arrow holes won't get enlarged and you can't tear the target as easily. Find yourself an appropriate sized sheet and score it in thirds so that you can fold it up like a school project board. Then when you're done with it you can put it away instead of leaving it out in the elements.Buy the waterproof 122 and 9 ring stickers from Lancaster. The target is kind of fragile but the only way to practice on those is full size in my opinion.