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Practical shooting is an International competition that is shot on all continents, with local, state, national, regional and international championships happening on a regular basis.
It is controlled on an International basis by IPSCwith national and regional committees organising membership and competitions. The sport of Practical target shooting is different to most other forms of target shooting. Also the rules for target engagement are specific, and so the shooting match is conducted in exactly the same manner match to match.
This allows competitors to practice the competition itself over and over again. In Practical competition, a variety of target types are used both paper and steel, stationary and moving, scoring targets and penalty targets.
There is no set way these targets are arranged, nor even how many targets are used in a single match. The other major difference from other shooting competitions is the way in which the final score is calculated for a competitor.
In most other competitions, the score is calculated simply by adding up the values of the scoring zones hit by the competitor. In Practical competition, the time taken is also part of the final score.
The sum of the scoring zones is worked out, and this then divided by the total time the competitor took to engage the targets.
Thus the quicker the competitor completes the stage, the better the final score will be. Additionally, stages usually require competors to move away from a starting position to enable them to see and engage all the targets in the stage.
Also unlike other shooting disciplines, all participants male, female, junior compete together over exactly the same stages, with the same rules and the same scoring procedures.
Only one competitor at a time shoots a stage.
At all times this competitor is under the direct observation and control of a trained Range Officer whose primary task is to enforce the match safety rules.
Practical shooting is a safe sport, and IPSC training, rules and procedures will ensure that this continues. In Australia, Practical competitions are most often for centre-fire pistols and revolvers of calibres from 9mm to. Stages are normally started with pistols holstered on the belt, and most often will require the competitor to perform reloads of the pistol during the stage.
Practical shooting competitors, then, do not train by shooting the set competition over and over again. There is no set competition.
Instead they practise the skills that are required to fit them to engage whatever stages a match organiser may throw at them. Does this interest you? Have a look at the Join page.Paper Target Info. Paper targets are perfect for use at indoor ranges and for use on top of your cardboard targets.
Heavy paper targets are designed to be durable with minimum tearing on impact for precise impact measurement.
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