Postal Leagues

         

The Scottish Pistol Association runs postal competitions twice a year.

The Summer season from May to September.

The Winter season from October to March. 
Please see below is a list of the available competitions...


Winter League Entries - Here


For 13/14 Winter League Click Here



         

10m Air Pistol

60 shot course of fire

40 shot match of fire for novices & ladies

30 shot match ½ course of fire

Standard Pistol

Sport Pistol

Police Pistol 1

 

25m Pistol

Long Range Air Pistol

Free Pistol (Long arm 60)

Muzzle Loading Pistol (Black Powder)

 

25m Gallery Rifle

Police Pistol

Precision

Service

 

25m Sport Rifle

Precision

Standard

 

         

The Postal League classifications are purely on average scores.

Shooters will only be identified by their first initial and their surname.

If there is more than one person with the same name and initial it may be necessary to use forename.     

Anyone can enter as an individual, but all cards must be witnessed, therefore entering as a club member is usually more practical.       

         

Postal Competitions Course’s of Fire

All Air Pistol Competitions are shot in .177 (4, 5) calibre  

60 shot match comprises of 12 cards with 5 shots on each of the 4/89 cards in 105 minutes 

40 shot match comprises of 8 cards with 5 shots on each of the 4/89 cards in 80 minutes    

30 shot match ½ course comprises of 6 cards with 5 shots on each of the 4/89 cards in 50 minutes 

 

Standard Pistol  ½ course Targets 4/89

6 cards per round

2 series of 5 shots in 150 seconds  

2 series of 5 shots in 20 seconds   

2 series of 5 shots in 10 seconds   

 

Sport Pistol  

Precision

3 series of 5 shots in 5 minutes on 4/89 cards     

Rapid

3 series of 5 shots.  1 shot per 3 second with a 7 second delay between exposures on Air 10 cards

 

Police Pistol 1                                   Targets DP2 ½ size

12 shots in 2 minutes, this includes reloading       

12 shots in 2 strings of 6 appearances of 2 seconds with intervals of 5 seconds.  1 shot to be fired on each appearance. This practice will be shot twice.        

3 appearances of 2 seconds with a 5 second interval.  2 shots to be fired on each appearance.       

25m Air Pistol (LRAP)                     Targets SPA1 or PL14 at 20 yards

3 series of 10 shots per target in 30 minutes       

 

.22 Free Pistol (Longarm 60)        Targets SPA1 or PL14 at 20 yards

3 series of 10 shots per target in 60 minutes       

 

Muzzle Loading Pistol                     Targets PL7

13 shots in 30 minutes. No sighting shots. The best 10 to count.

 

Gallery Rifle  Police                    Targets DP2

25m - 12 shots in 5 minutes, this includes reloading       

15m - 12 shots in 2 strings of 6, 1 shot per 2 second exposure  

10m - 6 shots, 2 shots per 2 second exposure     

 

Gallery Rifle Service                       Targets DP1

25 metre - 6 shots in 15 seconds on the left hand target 

20 metre - 6 shots in 10 seconds, 3 on each of the 2 targets    

15 metre - 6 shots, 2 on each 3 second exposure of the right hand target      

10 metre - 6 shots in 8 seconds, 3 on each of the 2 targets      

 

Precision                                           Targets SPA1 or PL14 at 20 yards

4 series of 5 shots , 5 minutes per series  

 

Sport Rifle                                         Targets :- S.P.A.1 or PL14 at 20 yards

Precision

3 series of 10 shots, 10 minutes per series

 

Standard                                           Targets SPA1 or PL14 at 20 yards

2 series of 5 shots in 150 seconds per series       

2 series of 5 shots in 20 seconds per series        

2 series of 5 shots in 10 seconds per series        

 

Club Prone Rifle                               British Match 89 Card appropriate to the range being shot

2 series of 10 shots in 10 minutes

With 1 shot being fired at each 1 of the 10 targets on each card.

 

For more information you can e-mail pl@scottishpistol.co.uk


 


 
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