At all three matches I attended this year, I was hit by spatter from someone hitting the rack instead of the plates. Any one else experience this? I also saw a RO at each match bleeding pretty badly from a jacket that came back at them. At Brighton, a RO took a jacket/bullet piece to the arm that imbedded in there. At Dayton, a RO got hit in the shin and blood was everywhere on his leg below that. I don't want to be one to complain without offer at least my ideas for a solution. So, I'm thinking just one additional piece of 8" high x 6' wide steel needs to be welded onto the rack running lengthwise across the horizontal frame just below the rack to the vertical frame below the rack. That way, bullets, and jackets would at least be deflected down. From what I can tell, it would be about a 30-40 degree angle. As it is now, the vertical piece is 90 degrees to the ground. Thus, the spatter problem. Other than better shooting on our part, I can't see a better solution. The racks would weigh more, but they'd be a heck of a lot safer. I'm sure that getting "shot" at a match turns off new GSSF shooters. I know that my wife is never happy when I tell her I was "hit" at a match.