Guidelines for WSXVII Qualifier MatchesMay 15, 2013
You may click the Memorandum Circular tab to open Memo Circular 2-2013 and 1-2013 for the Guidelines of the WSXVII Qualifier Matches. All Qualifier Matches will be pre-squadded---no onsite or walk-in registration. The PPSA Office Staff can provide information on the Squad Schedules and squad slot reservations
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Practical Shooting is the fastest growing shooting sport in the world to date. Combining the elements of Speed, Power, and Accuracy, it is a venue that seeks to develop and test an individual's shooting skills in a controlled sporting environment. Practical shooting matches are realistic, diverse and fun, mixing props such as barricades, doors, shooting ports, tunnels and other everyday objects with full or partially exposed targets, moving targets, penalty-carrying no-shoot targets and steel reactive targets to test the skills and techniques of the practical shooting competitor.
Practical shooting is done freestyle - there is no single method by which a shooting scenario may be engaged and individual competitors may have their own solution to the shooting problem at hand. Each competitor's resulting score is determined by the number of hits made on a given target, divided by the elapsed time needed to complete the scenario.