So I was encouraged by Shooter to share my idea with everyone, and although I'm not sure if this is the right subforum, it seems as good a place as any. Its an idea that came to me a while ago in part but really ramped up lately with election season. Most of the time I just head down to the timber to do my shooting...... plenty of private land with nothing to worry about or bother you. Usually Ive always just done the typical shooting at cans or plastic bottles, tree stumps, or whatever I felt like plinking at that day. Recently I got more into target shooting and even more so since I finally bought a handgun. I decided to take the little wire target frame that my daughter had from years ago for her pellet gun. This seemed to be just perfect for those little targets. One major problem with that...... those little frames just dont stand up well when a 9mm hits them. This left me with a problem. How can I support a target in the timber without destroying a tree. The perfect frames are readily available and usually free, especially this time of year (just after election season). Right now all those metal framed campaign signs are coming down and being thrown away. Also many realtors use small metal frames for their yard signs, which often get discarded throughout the year when they show signs of wear or rust (they dont want a weathered eyesore holding their sign). These frames are easy to acquire with a little poking around and asking, and they make great target frames which will last years for that purpose. The best part is it really doesnt matter if they are weird shapes or sizes. Just attach cardboard to the frame then attach your targets to the cardboard. Of course if you shoot anything like me then you better have more than 1 frame. I usually hit the frames more often than the target.