ISSF Matches

 

Air Pistol

This match is shot by both men and women at the Summer Olympics, the Commonwealth Games and ISSF World Cups.

 

Rapid Fire

This match is shot by men at the Summer Olympics, the Commonwealth Games and ISSF World Cups.

 

25m Pistol (Sport)

This match is shot by women at the Summer Olympics, the Commonwealth Games and ISSF World Cups. 

 

Centre Fire

This match is shot by men at ISSF World Cups.

 

Standard Pistol

This match is shot by men at ISSF World Cups.

 

50m Pistol (Free)

This match is shot by men at the Summer Olympics, Commonwealth Games and ISSF World Cups.

MATCHES

 

Match overview

GDPC offers a comprehensive range of graded matches which allow for shooters of differing abilities to compete.

The main shooting day at the club is Sunday, with some matches held on weekday mornings and  in the evenings.

 

Calendar

The Club shooting calendar has been disrupted by the COVID 19 crisis as well as ongoing range works, however the GDPC is expecting that we will return to a formal schedule in 2021.

 

In the meantime the Club continues to conduct shooting matches on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday mornings.

 

A calendar will be published as soon as possible.

Service matches

 

Service Pistol

This is a challenging Centrefire match in which drawing from the holster and a minimum power factor of 120 is required.

 

25 Yard Service (Short barrel)

The competition requires a normal set of five rapid-fire turning targets on a 25m range the firing line is actually on the 22.85m [25 yards] with barricades similar to those for Service Pistol, set forward from the 25m line.

WA1500

WA1500 is one of the Service Match disciplines available to club members and is the most recent addition to matches shot on the St Ives Pistol Club range.

 

Classic Service Pistol

The Classic Service Pistol match was developed  to encourage the interest in and mastery of pre-1946 former Military, Service and Police pistols from around the world.

Black Powder

Black Powder is not really just one match but a series of matches. They differ from all other matches in that the pistols used be they revolver or single shot, retain ignition systems which were used before the invention of (in the 1860’s) of the self contained metallic cartridge.

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