Standard Pistol match is one of the traditional pistol matches that includes elements of speed and precision. This competition unfolds in three stages, comprising a total of 60 shots, all executed with a rimfire (22LR) semi-automatic pistol.
Each series commences with the shooter’s arm at a 45-degree angle. The selected handgun for this event must have a barrel no longer than 150mm and a trigger no lighter than 1000 grams. Recoil handling becomes crucial, particularly in the fast 10-second series.
Originally designed to provide a platform for shooters with commonly available 22LR sporting (semi-automatic) pistols like Ruger, S&W, Browning, and more.
This match is a test for both seasoned marksmen and newcomers, the match demands concentration, as a momentary lapse during the faster series can impact the score significantly. The Standard Pistol match blends precision and rapid-fire techniques, ensuring an an exciting competition for all participants.