I've just bought into a small hunting land co-op with a friend, and he is asking me for help in building a range on one slice of it. I know this has been discussed before and I've read many of the old posts, but a lot of those posts are 5-6 years old and unfortunately a lot of the pictures have expired links, so I'm missing some of the best and newest concepts. I did see GBW's home range pic and that is awfully sweet; good job GBW. So if you were designing/building a range, what would you make sure to include? What are some neat ideas that you've seen incorporated into home ranges? What tips or tricks or gadgets do you wish you had used? Some details: - range would be for pistol as well as rifle, on up to .30-06 - I've got about 100 yards to work with max, because the forest is real dense past that - the backstop will be a U-shaped earthern berm, probably hemmed in with timbers or railroad ties - there are no houses near, there are no wandering people, there is nothing but trees and draws and empty miles of West by-God Virginia behind the planned target berm; but of course I will make the berm 10' high and I'm already trying to figure out how to get a sloped steel plate over and behind it just to be sure. Let the ideas flow! Thanks for your help.