Shooting (Practical Handgun IPSC)
Seargant Alistair Cooke
Mob: 0437 589 884
Mr Russell Cochrane
Mob: 0418 304 843
Senior Constable Rohan Clapham
Mob: 0407 473 075
Senior Constable Timothy Germanchis
Mob: 0414 284 912
The event will be held in the following divisions however competitors may enter ONE division only.Law Enforcement - Serving members of Victoria Police including P.S.O’s, (firearms, ammunition and magazine will be supplied), and members of Victorian Prisons with an issued firearm. All members in this division must bring their own Equipment Belt.
The following are open to all who are eligible to participate in the Games, and who are licensed members of a pistol club. However, you will need to supply your own licensed handgun and ammunition. 9mm, .38cal or .40cal are available for purchase if you do not have your own ammunition.
Open - Any semi-auto pistol having an optical sight or a compensator or both, trigger alterations and magazine wells.
Standard - Any semi-auto pistol fitted with iron sights, including fibre optic sights, trigger alterations and magazine wells.
Production - semi-auto pistol fitted with iron sights, including fibre optic sights.
Production Optic - semi-auto pistol fitted with slidemounted optical sight.
Classic - semi-auto 1911-style pistol fitted with iron sights, including fibre optic sights.
Revolver - Any revolver fitted with iron sights, including fibre optic sights.
Courses of Fire are:
IPSC Style Match, including 8 stages of 2 long stages (up to 32 rounds), 2 medium stages (up to 24 rounds) and 4 short stages (up to 12 rounds), a par timed steel stage and a shoot off stage with the top 12 competitors. Scoring will be based on IPSC COMSTOCK scoring which is score divided by time: Balance between best speed and accuracy. Total round count of approximately 160 rounds.
Venue, Date & Time
The event will be held at SSAA Springvale Range, 714-716 Princes Hwy, Springvale on Sunday 2nd April, 2023 at 0900 hours. Medals will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each division.
Presentations will be made at the venue at approx. 1500 hours.
Doors open at 0830 with shooting starting at 0900 hrs
Restaurant and bar available at the range and lunch will be available for purchase.
All participants using their own firearm must produce a current handgun licence.
All participants in the Law Enforcement division must be current OSTT qualified.
An IPSC Australia membership is NOT required to compete in match.
Teams & Individual Events
You are now required to enter and pay online for both individual and team events i.e. payment is now required for both individual and team events.
Entry Form Information
Competitors may compete in one division only. Choose only one of the above.