SSAA MANDAR

PORT BOUVARD PISTOL &

SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB Inc.

Country Club Drive, Dawesville, WA 6211
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The Mandar competition is a wholly West Australian event and is used as the primary teaching match at the Club.

The event is shot single or double-handed using whatever handgun the shooter chooses. The shooter engages targets at 25, 15 and 10m positions in timed shooting series.

Use of red dot sights or open sights is allowed but not magnifying scopes.

The club has a number of semi automatic pistols available to club members to use.

PISTOL: Any semi auto pistol or revolver  

PISTOL SPECIFICS: None

RESTRICTIONS: None

AMMUNITION: .22LR for rimfire
Up to .38 for centrefire

TARGET: Service Match Target

COURSE OF FIRE:  48-shot match as follows,
1st stage (25m): 6 rounds in 35 seconds
2nd stage (25m): 12 rounds in 35 seconds including a mandatory reload.
3rd stage (15m) :1 shot in 2 seconds for 12 rounds, targets turning
4th stage (10m): 2 rounds in 2 seconds for 12 rounds, targets turning
5th stage (10m): 6 rounds in 4 seconds

SCORING: Maximum possible scoring is 480 for men and women. Many club members have shot a perfect 480 score in both the rimfire and centrefire Mandar match.

GRADING:        A Grade    B Grade    C Grade
Centrefire          460 +      440 - 459     < 440
Rimfire               470 +      445 - 469     < 445

To qualify for the next grade these scores must be shot three times.
 
RULESCLICK HERE

RANGE OFFICER GUIDE: Available at the Club during Induction course.