"The Skipper target is a humanoid silhouette that weighs approximately 32 pounds. It is held up by a bail on the back that is seated against a short pin that sticks straight out the back of the upward post. Immediately below the pin holding the bail is a second longer pin that prevents the target from falling once it has been dislodged by the first strike. The idea behind this is to create a target that requires multiple hits to neutralize as well as one that is able to withstand multiple hits from medium-bore handguns if the hits are not properly placed during a Drugs and Armor reactive drill. If multiple hits to the center of mass fail to neutralize the target, then the shooter must automatically transition his sight picture to the head. There a solid hit from even a 9x19mm will dislodge the Skipper from the second pin and drop the steel target."
got this off a review on Kahr's website. sounds like an interesting target to make for the range although i dont quite understand how it works exactly...
Does sound kinda cool..