An NRA Precision Pistol match is a three aggregate match, with 90 shots fired during each aggregate. One aggregate is fired with a .22 rimfire, one with any centerfire 32 caliber or larger, and one with a .45 caliber pistol. Most competitors use two pistols, one .22 rimfire and one .45 ACP 1911-style, to shoot the entire match. New competitors often use a 22 for the entire match to get the feel for how things work. Most use semi-automatic pistols but revolvers can also be used. Slow fire will be at 50 yards using B-6 targets. Timed and rapid fire will be at 25 yards on turning targets using B-8 targets. Competitors may fire only one or two of the aggregates if time or physical constraints make this a better option.
Sight in and practice begins at 9:45AM and the match begins 10:00. This is an NRA approved match.