Bullseye Pistol

A person shooting this league will earn an NRA Standard Pistol performance classification.

High Master . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97.00% and above

Master . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95.00 to 96.99

Expert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90.00 to 94.99

Sharpshooter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85.00 to 89.99

Marksman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Below 85.00

Bullseye Pistol: League sessions are shot in 3 phases, slow fire (10 rounds 10 min),  Timed fire (5 rounds in  20 seconds), and rapid fire (5 rounds in 10 seconds).  Indoor distance is 50 feet, outdoors is 50 yards and 25 yards, depending on what each range has available.  Targets are adjusted in size for each distance.  All shooting is done standing, with one hand.

 Equipment needed: To get started in indoor gallery Bullseye, a good .22 pistol that fires standard velocity ammunition reliably is a must. While most would consider them ‘entry level’, Ruger and Browning make excellent semi-autos in their heavier barreled target versions that can take a shooter to Master class with only a slight trigger modification.Per NRA rule 3.4, Trigger pull must not be less than 2 pounds for a .22caliber Pistol or Revolver.  Sig-Hammerli, Smith & Wesson model 41, Pardini SP,  Feinwerkbau AW93, or a dedicated 1911 frame matched with a Bob Marvel .22rimfire conversion will do well for those with bigger bank accounts. Any of the mentioned rimfire pistols are capable of sub 2” groups at 50yds.  Optical sights are allowed, but not mandatory. An inexpensive spotting scope of at least 20x is also recommended.

 INDOOR COURSE OF FIRE (600) 

(each target has scoring rings for a potential 100 points)

2 Slow fire targets

50 feet, 10 shots/target in 10 minutes

2 Timed fire targets

50 feet, turning targets,
10 shots/target, in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 20 seconds

2 Rapid fire targets

50 feet, turning targets,
10 shots/target in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 10 seconds

 OUTDOOR COURSE OF FIRE (900)

2 Slow fire targets

50 yards, 10 shots/target in 10 minutes

National Match Course

1 Slow, 1 Timed, 1 Rapid fire target

Slow- 50 yards, 10 shots/target in 10 minutes

Timed- 25 yards, turning targets,
10 shots fired in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 20 seconds

Rapid- 25 yards, turning targets,
10 shots fired in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 10 seconds

2 Timed fire targets

25 yards, turning targets,
10 shots/target in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 20 seconds

2 Rapid fire targets

25 yards, turning targets,
10 shots/target in 2 strings of 5 rounds, each string shot in 10 seconds

 Once a person advances to shooting at the longer distances of a 2700 outdoor Bullseye match, a good .45 caliber pistol or revolver is also required. It is optional to shoot the center fire portion of a 2700 firing a cartridge with bullet diameter .32caliber and larger but most shooters use their 45acp gun. To have any measure of success, your Center Fire gun and your gun firing 45acp should be capable of 3″ groups or less at 50 yards.

 An NRA 2700 Match consists of firing the outdoor course three times,

  • Once with a .22 rimfire pistol or revolver, Trigger pull not less than 2 pounds.
  • Once with a center fire pistol or revolver of .32cal or larger, Trigger pull not less than 2 ½ pounds.
  • Once with a 45acp pistol or revolver, Trigger pull not less than 3 ½ pounds.
  • 2017 Schedule has not been set.  Please check at a later date for schedule.

     

 

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Discipline Chairman: Steve Treloar  

phone: (360) 303-4998

email: jackofalltradesmasteratnone@hotmail.com

 

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