The Practical Event is fired from
10, 15, 25 and 50 yards. Each stage
consists of three strings of fire; one shot
at each of two targets, two shots at each, and three shots at each. The 10-yard stage, each string must be fired standing, with the final string, three shots at each target must be fired weak-handed.
All remaining stages may be fired either standing or prone.
L to R: Kevin Angstadt, Bruce Piatt, Tony Holmes Photo by Dennis Creech
In the Barricade Event, the competitor fires six rounds from each side of the barricade at a target on the same side of the barricade. Distances are 10, 15, 25 and 35 yards, in time limits of five, six, seven and eight seconds, respectively.
All stages are fired in the standing position.
Range Engineer Gary Yantis Photo by Dennis Creech
Moving Target Event (Mod.)
Competitors draw and fire from 10, 15, 20 and 25 yards as the target moves across an opening 60 feet wide in six seconds with the target moving right to left and left to right.
At the 10 and 15-yard stages, six shots are fired on each pass.
At the 20 and 25-yard stages, the competitor fires three shots on each of four passes, for a total of 12 shots at each distance.
International competitor Bruno Steinemann Photo by Dennis Creech
Falling Plate Event
Competitors fire six shots at six hinged plates from 10, 15, 20 and 25 yards in time limits of six, seven, eight and nine seconds respectively.
The 10-yard string must be fired standing. The remaining strings may be fired either standing or prone.