We are proud to host International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) handgun shooting competitions for shooters of all skill levels. Our IPSC handgun shooting competitions are fast-paced and dynamic, and they challenge participants to use a handgun to engage a variety of targets under time pressure. Our courses of fire are designed to be both challenging and fun. 

We look forward to seeing you at our next IPSC handgun shooting competition!

What is IPSC?

International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) is a shooting sport organization that promotes practical shooting as a competitive sport and recreational activity. IPSC competition shooting involves the use of handguns, rifles and shotguns in active courses of fire.

Safe gun handling is crucial, while highlighting accuracy, power, and speed, in high-level competitions that are found around the world. Various courses of fire containing multiple targets, moving, reactive and penalty targets, obstacles and movement are normally incorporated in the course of fire.

They also make feasible freestyle competitive strategies and techniques a part of IPSC shooting to keep its athletes challenged and spectators entertained.

Key Features of IPSC Handgun Competitions:

  1. Use of handguns: IPSC handgun competitions involve the use of handguns to engage targets under time pressure.

  2. Time pressure: IPSC handgun competitions are designed to be completed under time pressure, and shooters are typically scored based on their accuracy and speed.

  3. Safety: IPSC handgun competitions place a strong emphasis on safety, and participants are required to adhere to strict safety rules and protocols.

  4. Versatility: IPSC handgun competitions may involve shooting from different positions, engaging multiple targets, and moving between shooting stations.

  5. Sportsmanship: IPSC handgun competitions value sportsmanship and fair play.

  6. Recreational and competitive: IPSC handgun competitions can be done for recreational or competitive purposes, and there are various organizations and clubs that support and promote the sport.

  7. Accuracy and speed: IPSC handgun competitions are competitive events, and participants are typically scored based on their accuracy and speed.

  8. Rules and regulations: IPSC handgun competitions are governed by a set of rules and guidelines that are designed to ensure the fair and safe conduct of the event.

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