Formerly known as Sport Pistol, the 25m Pistol event was introduced in the 1960s. Internationally the 25m Pistol event is only shot up to and including the Olympics by women, and up to and including the Paralympics by men and women, and by juniors at the World Championships. In Australia the event is also shot by men at many State competitions.

The 25m Sports Pistol combines 2-stages, a precision stage and a rapid-fire stage, each of 30 shots.

PISTOL: Any revolver or self-loading pistol except a single shot pistol.

CALIBRE: .22 long rifle rimfire

PISTOL SPECIFICS:
    Overall weight less than 1400g
    Minimum trigger pull 1000g.
    Maximum sight radius 220mm
    Barrel length less than 153mm
    Must fit into box of 300mm x 150mm x 50mm

COURSE OF FIRE
    Precision Stage 
    30 shots, in six series of 5 shots, each series is 5 minutes 
     Target: ISSF 25/50m Precision target

After all competitors have completed the Precision Stage, they then fire the Rapid Fire Stage.

    Rapid Fire Stage 
    30 shots, in six series of 5 shots (5 exposures of the target for 3 seconds) 
     Target: ISSF 25m Rapid fire target

COMPETITION:
The top 8 contestants having the highest scores progress on to the final, which consists of two stages. After the first stage of five, additional rapid fire stage series of 5 shots each, four of the top scoring finalists then compete for medal contention.

SCORING: Maximum possible scoring is 600.
 
RULES: Click here

GRADINGClick Here
 
RANGE OFFICER GUIDE:  Precision stage - Click here  
                                               Rapid stage - Click here 
 
 
ISSF 25m WOMENS' AND MEN'S SPORT PISTOL

PORT BOUVARD PISTOL &

SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB Inc.

Country Club Drive, Dawesville, WA 6211
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