I'll attach a picture of the pistol range where I practice, I mainly shoot .22lr there but the site is set up to handle large caliber rounds. I am speaking of the metal targets there. I am planning to continue to practice and get more proficient and accurate but as I'm finding out accuracy is best measured by holes on a paper target, at least for the circumstances I laid out with just me and no other persons on the range. A second site I shoot at (private property dirt mound has no metal targets......yet I'm thinking about building a steel plinking target for the site #2. The steel at site #1 are huge, salad size or dinner size steel plates, not much of a challenge to hit from 10 yards with a pistol or 25 yrds with the rifle. From the picture I'm thinking of making a copy of the hanging steel plate setup but with saucer size plates or perhaps clay pigeon size plates, I'm wondering if I could use a steel plate that one would find in the electrical dept of HD used for covering an outlet box or possible doubling one of those plates up, double thickness, I'm thinking that the smaller plate will require better accuracy on the shooter using .22lr. Really like the saw horse with the knock down targets and #5 springs them all back up, about $100 for the unit. Anyone ever do one of those? I really like shootin' steel Some reason can not attach, anyways think a T with targets hanging from it via a chain or cable. PLINK!