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Centre Fire Pistol
« on: June 22, 2015, 01:09:22 AM »

Schedule:   Shot every second Sunday with Sport Pistol start time alternates between 11.00 am                     and 1.00 pm

Background:   This match is shot by men at the Commonwealth Games and ISSF World Cups.

Centre Fire competitors use “Centre Fire” pistols (revolvers or semi-autos) with allowable calibres of .30, .32, .38 or .357.

The 60 shot match is shot at a distance of 25 metres and is divided into a 30 shot precision series and a 30 shot rapid-fire series.

The precision target has a 5cm 10-ring, while the rapid fire has a 10cm Centre.

The precision, or slow-fire stage, is fired in six series of five shots and competitors have five minutes per series. In the 30 shot rapid-fire stage, competitors shoot strings of five shots.


The course of fire for Centre Fire Pistol matches can be found in the North Western Pistol Club Induction Handbook
Happy Shooting!!

Anna McGregor - Secretary