WA stands for World Association and 1500 is the maximum score that can be shot.

WA1500 is the only Service discipline that has a World Championship. The other Service matches shot in this country have the Australian National Championships as their pinnacle. Pistol Australia has sent teams to World Championships every year.

WA1500 is a holster match and as such, a Pistol Australia holster qualification is required to fully compete in this match. Holster courses are conducted by the Club and a card of proficiency is issued on completion of the course.

WA1500 is 150 shot course of fire over distances of 7, 15, 25 and 50 yards. The match is shot over the distances mentioned using two hands from the positions of prone, sitting, kneeling, free standing and also from the right and left sides of barricades. All courses of fire are timed.

PISTOL: Any 9mm or .32/.38/.357 calibre centrefire pistol or revolver

PISTOL SPECIFICS:
Minimum trigger pull 1135g for revolver
Minimum trigger pull 1360g for semi-auto pistol
Maximum sight radius 216mm
Maximum barrel length is 153mm

RESTRICTIONS: Open sights only, no scopes or red dot sights are allowed.

AMMUNITION: Any 9mm or .32/.38/.357 and 9mm calibre ammunition

TARGET: WA1500 targets to be used

COURSE OF FIRE: The 150-shot competition is divided into various stages shot at different distances, refer to the RO guide for details.  The match is also shot as a shorter 48 or 60-shot match.

SCORING: Maximum possible scoring is 1500. The World Record currently stands at 1497 points.

RULES: Click here

GRADING: Click here

RANGE OFFICER GUIDE: Click here
WA1500

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SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB Inc.

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