Haven't shot them yet but nicely constructed - heavy duty hardware, clean cuts on the metal, welds are meticulous and the metal is shot-peened and ready for paint on the target surface. The main post is solid with a sharp point and a firm striking surface so should be very easy to pound into the ground, unlike the spindly targets with the mild-steel rods that bend.
Arrived quickly, 5 minutes to assemble. Super stout and goes "ping" when you hit it. I didn't paint mine but when it starts to rust i just wipe it down with liberal tears and it looks like freedom again.
A very reasonably priced pop up target, lots of fun, I use the pop can to range the distance on my 10/22 with primary arms scope that uses a pop can to figure out the distance you are shooting, never have to reset it. Maybe Brad will sell a target pack of various shapes so I can change it out for variety. I have 2 zombie targets too.