IPSC is a practical Shooting sport that involves Shooting on the move, negotiating obstacles and employing tactics to hit multiple cardboard targets.
IPSC athletes must blend accuracy, power, and speed into a winning combination. Targets are 75 centimeters by 45 centimeters with a 15 centimeter center representing the "A zone" or bullseye.
Most Shooting takes place at relatively close distances, with rare shots out to 50 meters. Hitting a 15 centimeter zone might seem easy to an experienced Pistol shooter, but in IPSC only full power handguns are used (9mm or larger).
Mastering a full power handgun is considerably more difficult than Shooting a light recoiling target Pistol, especially when the competitor is trying to go as fast as possible. Time is a key factor. Scores are divided by the time taken to achieve them, adding to the challenge.
We shoot most Saturdays at 9am on Range 1. Most Sundays at 1pm for Holster Qualified on Range 1