Bullseye (Precision) Pistol
2019 Event Dates
EIC, 22 Rimfire EIC & DR relays to follow.
*Starts at 1 pm*
October 20 - NC State Championship Match 2700. EIC, 22 EIC & DR relays to follow. Lunch will be served to all pre-registered competitors.
**Starts at 9 am**
An NRA Conventional 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 us 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.
Highly Recommended Equipment:
Course of Fire
Slow fire will be at 50 yards and timed and rapid fire at 25 yards using turning targets on a covered 40 position range. Limited to one relay.
Rule 24: A rule in effect for 2013 allows new competitors to try the sport and receive a classification up to expert while shooting with one or two hands. All targets will be at 25 yards. Contact me for more information and to sign up if you are interested.
Current NRA Pistol Classification will be used. Three competitors per classification required for awards. If there are less than three shooters in a class, they will be combined with the next higher class, and so on, until at least three competitors can be combined in a class for award purposes. State Champion will be the high scoring North Carolina state resident. Overall match winner, if not a state resident, will receive a separate award.
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