Bullseye matches are made up of 3 courses of fire: Slow-fire, timed-fire and rapid-fire. These courses of fire are shot at a target 50' down range. Slow-fire is firing 10 shots in 10 minutes. During slow fire you have plenty of time to put the pistol down to rest your shooting arm. Timed-fire consists of two 5 shot strings with a time limit of 20 seconds per string, and rapid-fire is two 5 shot strings with a 10 second time limit per each string. Each 5 shot string is fired without lowering the pistol. After each 5 shot string there will be a short period to load a new magazine and rest your shooting arm.
This discipline, also known as Conventional Pistol offers participation in the Spokesman Review Inland Empire series of matches. This is a series of 10 matches using the B2 and B3 targets. The KVRPC fields at least 4 teams of 4 shooters each year. Your scores will compare your shooting to other shooters from Arizona to Alaska. It is pretty neat to see how you do in those posted results. There are 2 matches for each relay with up to 4 relays each evening. The Bullseye Pistol program is shot on Wednesdays starting at 6:00 PM. There will be at least 16 weeks of Bullseye Pistol shooting this season. Shooters do not have to participate in the Inland Empire series to shoot the Bullseye series.