Took a piece of copper with a lead smear on it to the chin this AM from another lane. I'd just reloaded and was preparing to shoot, when I was hit from the right side by what I first thought was spent brass, but traveling really fast, and from the wrong side. The blood trickling and the burning sensation were my first clues that it wasn't brass, and the stuff was still hot when I pulled it out. I don't know if someone hit a target frame or what happened, but I'm curious if anyone else has had this happen, particularly competition shooters and career rangemasters. The fragment came at me 90 degrees from the right through a gap in the partition, was perfectly flat, and was definitely part of a copper jacketed round fired in a 45' range. The severity of the wound is nothing. The potential (Located just about equidistant between my right eye and my right jugular vein) is sort of weirding me out. So, if you've got a story, let's rap.