I was looking at buying the LV Steel scaled down .22lr steel IPSC targets, but I really don't think they're worth the $20 each he wants for the little ones + shipping, so I figure I'll give it a try making them. I have some scrap steel plates at work that should be fine, they're not too thick, but they should have no trouble standing up to .22 impacts at 100+ yards. I'll post pics in here as I make them, so far I'm on step 1. Step 1 was making a scaled down template. The ratios of everything here aren't perfect, but they're pretty damn close to it. Next step is cutting a few of them out with a torch. I wish I had a plasma cutter, but I don't. I'll transfer the template onto the steel and cut it out. Then I'll weld little tubes to the back of the targets to allow me to slip rebar in them so I can stick them in the ground. For when I can't pound the rebar in the ground I have an idea for mini collapsible stands.