When I get to my next duty station, and buy a house, I plan on building a shooting range on my property. I will be shooting almost entirely handguns. I'd like some imput on how to setup my bullet trap. I don't cast bullets right now, but I fully intend to get into it when I get there. I'd like to be able to save as many projectiles as possible for reuse. With that in mind, I'm thinking steel for the backdrop. I have done a minimal amount of research on it, as I'm still about a year away from being there. Question one: let's say I'll be shooting .44 Magnum. I don't own any, but I want my range to be over-prepared (caliber wise), so let's bank on me having one someday. What grade and thickness of steel is acceptable for stopping .44 Magnum, say from 5-25 yards max? Question two: Do any of you have any ideas on how best to setup the bullet trap, to save as much lead as possible? I have a few ideas floating around in my head, but if any of you have done this I'd like to hear from you. I found the below video, and I really like his setup. I am right now leaning towards doing something like this: [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31-xFLEXqew[/ame] Thoughts? Comments? Concerns? Recommendations? Gripes? Thanks.