I was at the range on Saturday and caught a ricochet in the neck. It didn't pierce the skin or cause any bruising, but it made me question the safety of ranges that use this type of backstop. It appears to be a sheet of metal (steel) set at and angle that deflects bullets upwards into some kind of trap. Anyone ever use a range like this? I'm not a big fan. Anyone ever caught a ricochet? BTW this was an indoor range.