Drover, I am sure they are regulation 1/5 scale targets. The local high school makes them for us on a duplicating plasma cutter. They compare well with my printed targets, though some of the older targets are getting shorter due to repairs on the mounts. I am now in charge of the matches (because I submitted some more professional looking paperwork for use in sign-in and record keeping) and took over setting the targets before and taking them down afterwards. I refused the combination to the storage unit as long as I could but now I'm "that guy". I have taken over the repair of broken targets too. The ones with short legs are being repaired as possible and cycled out for new ones as available. We just got a new set made and the first time out all the targets failed due to cold welds at the feet. (the high school students had really good looking but very cold welds) They were ground off and I drilled the feet and plug welded the animals to their feet. They are now solid and I expect that they will last for a few years. OK, you are saying that I can get GOOD accuracy out of a new barrel pinned to my 581? I do have a lathe but I had to sell my mill as I just didn't have room for it after I sold my business. I would need to cut the extractor grooves... probably by hand. I believe I have a reamer - I made a rifle barrel for my High Standard pistol many years ago and reamed it... I wonder if it is in with my other reamers... I can always get a new one I suppose. I also cut that barrel for a single extractor. I want the barrel to be cylinder cut to the same diameter as the action (because I hate that little plastic tapered piece of- - - that it has) and probably 24 inches long. I have no doubt that I can cut a recessed "target" style crown. Now see what you've done? I'll have to look and see what I can get for a barrel blank. I have to decide on CM or stainless, number of grooves and whether to dovetail for sights. After that I will have to convince my brother to make a stock. (he is the wood-worker and a real craftsman - I do good at making sawdust but not so good at a finished product) Then I have to finish the stock and that raises a whole other set of choices to make. You are a bad man, a very bad man!