Wonderful, antique, cast iron shooting target. Approximately 8 inches tall, 10 inches long and 1 1/4 inches deep. Two painted, spring loaded iron roosters at the top of the target. They each measure 4 ½” wide by 3” tall and are held in place by a strong spring inside a long, pressed steel box. After the two roosters were shot-down you would then aim for the bull’s-eye, which would reset the roosters. Each of the roosters and the bullseye are marked with an "H" inside an oval (Hoffman Company (later bought by H.C. Evans Co. in the 1920's)). "MODEL NO. 128-692" is printed in gold, block letters on the underside of the metal box. In excellent, original condition (looks as though it was never used, possibly a salesman sample).