Man versus Man Rules and Course of Fire

The following are the rules, regulations, and course of fire governing Man versus Man Pistol Competitions held by the Jersey Pistol Club.

  • Any centrefire pistol or revolver .30 and above.
  • Any metallic
  • Orthoptics are not allowed.
  • Orthopaedic-type grips are not allowed in this competition.
  • Any safety that is fitted must operate.
  • In the opinion of the Range Officer the trigger must be safe.
  • To be supplied by the competitor.
  • Magazines to be loaded with six (6) rounds for each practise.
Shooting Distances:
  • 10 to 50 Metres
Course of Fire:
  • Each pair of competitors will start from a fixed line.
  • On an audible signal, both competitors move to the shooting line and engage the three (3) targets.
  • When all three (3) targets are down, competitors must perform a compulsory reload and engage their final targets.
  • Semi-automatics are limited to six (6) rounds per magazine, and start with pistol loaded but not chambered.
  • Revolvers limited to six (6) rounds per cylinder, and start with chamber loaded and unlocked.
  • This competition will be shot as a straight knock-out, or a round robin, depending on the numbers of entries.

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