Originally Posted by gold682
...Now, I reckon, the ideal target retains it's "fall flat" ability, but when flat triggers a motor to push it back up. Everybody's happy (especially those who stay behind to wind the strings in!)
Just like T20's famous Quigley Bucket
which provides hours of fun at the "Boinger Bash" events.
I like the clank a target makes when dropped, wouldn't be the same without it. £60 a pop for these new targets will be a barrier to widespread adoption IMO, interesting option though and maybe handy on a practice range.