CONVENTIONAL PISTOL more commonly known as BULLSEYE

Bullseye is a precision shooting sport. The shooting is done standing, unsupported,
holding the gun in one hand with the arm extended.

Almost any .22 caliber (Rim Fire “RF”) gun (revolver or semi-auto) will get you started.
Specific requirements are outlined in the NRA Rule Book.

But the basics are: open sights or optic sights (red dot) with no magnification. No
compensators or laser aiming devices. You never load more than 5 rounds at one time.
No magnum ammunition is allowed.

Also there is (Center Fire “CF”) and/or .45 pistol. The center fire must be .32 caliber or
larger. Most shooters use the .45 for the center fire stage.

Slow fire may be shot at 50 yards or 25 yards. The timed and rapid strings are shot at 25
yards. Indoor matches are “typically” fired at 50 feet on reduced targets.

Course(s) of Fire

National Match Course:
30 shots with a possible score of 300
Slow Fire, 10 shots in 10 minutes at 50 yards
Timed Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots in 20 seconds per string
Rapid Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots in 10 seconds per string

900 Match 90 shots with a possible score of 900
Slow Fire, 2-10 shot strings in 10 minutes per string
National Match, Slow Fire, 10 shots in 10 minutes
Timed Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots in 20 seconds per string
Rapid Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots in 10 seconds per string
Timed Fire, 2 stages of 2 strings of 5 shots in 20 secs per string
Rapid Fire, 2 stages of 2 strings of 5 shots in 10 secs per string

1800 Match
90 rounds of .22 and 90 rounds of CF or .45

2700 Match
90 rounds .22, 90 rounds of CF or .45 and 90 rounds of .45

How to Get Started See also www.nra.org and www.Bullseyepistol.com

Contact Info:

Jeff Battaglia (708) 614-1628, jeffb@isra.org
Rita Siwinski (708) 479-5134, ritas@isra.org

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