|Pistol||Class A – Any centrefire pistol or revolver with a minimum capacity of five rounds. Class B – Any rimfire pistol or revolver with a minimum capacity of five rounds
The firearm must fit in a box 180mm x 140mm x 40mm with a 5mm tolerance in any one direction. If a pistol it must fit in the box with a magazine in place.
|Sights||Any metal sights, can be adjustable and coloured. Optics are not allowed and front sights are not to project beyond the barrel of a revolver or slide of a pistol|
|Grips||Orthopaedic grips are not permitted|
|Safety||Any safety fitted must function correctly|
|Trigger||The trigger must be safe in the opinion of the range officer with a minimum pull of 3 pounds|
|Position||Both hands may be used to hold or steady the pistol|
|Ammunition||30 rounds to be supplied by the competitor|
|Shooting Distance||P1 15 metres, P2 10 metres, P3 10 metres|
When the order “watch and shoot” is given, the competitor may put their finger in the trigger guard, but pressure must not be applied to the trigger until the targets are faced.
Course of Fire
|Practice 1||@ 15 metres, 10 shots in 100 seconds, time to include reloading|
|Practice 2||@ 10 metres, two strings of five shots. Turning targets will make five appearances of 2 seconds each with an away time of 5 seconds one shot per appearance, the firearm must be returned to the ready position between appearances.|
|Practice 3||@ 10 metres, The target will make three appearances of 2 seconds with a away time of 5 seconds, 5 shots to be fired with not more that 2 shots per appearance. this practice will be shot twice, the firearm must be returned to the ready position between appearances.|