Bullseye, also known as Conventional Pistol, is a sport in which participants shoot handguns at paper targets at fixed distances and time limits. The National Rifle Association establishes the rules and keeps the records for this sport. Emphasis is on accuracy and precision.
Three courses of fire are followed: Slow Fire, in which ten rounds are fired in ten minutes, Timed Fire, consisting of two five-round strings with twenty seconds for each string, and Rapid Fire, which has a ten second limit for each of the two five-round strings. All shooting is done one-handed, standing, with no support.
Bring your .22 handgun and a box of ammo, if you have these. We’ll have .22 semi-automatics and .22 revolvers, and ammo for your use if you don’t.
Leave your significant other at another range for the comfort of all the women participating.
Cost per relay is $6.00 if you use the provided guns and ammo or $3.00 if you provide your own.
New shooters are welcome . Tell a friend! You do not have to be a Club member to join in the fun! Come to one or all of the sessions. Each shooter will progress at her own rate.
Contact Beth Christopoulos at 540.989.1776 for more information.