These targets were actually made months apart. The first is a metal triangle. I got it from a friend, he said it was an old sign frame. I like it because it’s a multitask target. I can have reactive targets; I used tin bottles, a golf ball, and a base ball. I attached a piece of OSB to one side so I can flip it over and then have a stand for my paper targets. It’s not the lightest thing in the world, but it does what I want it to do. I might add some quality steel targets one day but this is free. The next I made just this weekend. While cleaning out my storeroom and throwing away things the previous owner left behind, I found a small table top Christmas tree made completely out of steel. The base of this is a six-inch diameter one inch thick steel disk. I cut it off, took it up to work where the drill press is, drilled two holes, and ran some rope through it. I found that I needed to run the rope all the way through and secure it to the top at two points. I build the frame out of old pallets. I think I built it about 30-inches tall. I hit the “gong” pretty hard with a hammer and it didn’t flip over or slid back. I’m not sure how well it will hold up to my 30-06, but I’ll be shooting it at 200+yards. I can always buy a steel target later. My gun currently averages 1MOA or less. I hope bring this down with reloading and upgrading some more parts. I can set it up as a 2moa target at 300-yards. Or as a 1 MOA target at 600 and really test my skill level.