This chainring appears reasonably straight, but that has more to do with 10 minutes of levering it with little sticks and pounding it with rocks than any design of the chainring.
Singlespeed chainrings experience a lot of torque. This one may have been up to the task, but it appears a bolt went missing too at some point. Not a good combo, it bent like a leaf.
I'm ironing out my SS drivetrain a little bit each ride. You'd think it'd be easy. I've now upgraded to a Surly stainless steel chainring and 4 steel bolts, tightly affixed too.
Let's hope no more rides are cut short.