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25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final 
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Post 25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final
There really is no physical aspect in shooting. What matters is the mental aspect. You need intense concentration and good decision making abilities. The sense of this sport is to put those abilities and your nerves to the test. The emotional moment comes when you either get in the finals and/or win a medal


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QUALIFICATION

STAGE 1
2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 8 seconds

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2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 6 seconds

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2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 4 seconds


QUALIFICATION

STAGE 2
2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 8 seconds

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2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 6 seconds

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2 Series of 5 shots, each fired in 4 seconds


WHO QUALIFIES FOR THE FINAL?
The best 6 shooters enter the final
The qualification score does not count in the final.

FINAL

- Consists of 8 series

- Each finalist fires 4 Series of 5 shots

- From the 4th series on, after each series the shooter with the lowest score leaves the match, right to the 8th series, when the last two shooters duel for Gold.

- In case of ties, direct-elimination shoot-offs will be conducted

- Each series (5 shots) must be fired in rapid sequence within a maximum of 4 seconds.

- Each shot is evaluated as a “hit” or a “miss”.

WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest number of hits wins
The “Final Score” is the number of total hits scored.

TARGETS
5 different targets placed 75 cm apart, 25 meters far from the shooter’s stand
The “HIT” ring on the target surface corresponds to 9.7 points or better.

"HIT" RING DIAMETER
Corresponds to 9.7 points or better
This is the only Shooting Sport Olympic event using an “hit or miss” logic.

GUN
Rapid Fire Pistol in 5.6mm (.22”) calibre, with a five-shot magazine
- Maximum weight of 1400 g

- Minimum triggers pull weight of 1000 g

- The pistol must be capable of fitting into a box of 300 x 150 x 50 mm

- The pistol grip has various restrictions on shape and dimensions and must not touch any part of the wrist.

SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted
- No optical sights are used.

http://www.issf-sports.org/theissf/cham ... games.ashx


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Post Re: 25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final
Pity its not done here :(


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kryten wrote:
Pity its not done here :(


Sure it's more than likely "combat training" :roll:


17 Dec 2013 15:38
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It has its origins in military shooting tables. The old BAP course of fire was based loosely on it. But having said that, it is the only true olympic 25meter pistol shooting discipline. Would be nice if some of the clubs out there would go and run it. It would reintroduce the element of excitement in pistol practice.


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bunny shooter wrote:
kryten wrote:
Pity its not done here :(


Sure it's more than likely "combat training" :roll:



Who does "combat training" for the Olympic please ? BTW to win Olympic pistol medals requires you shoot the finals in timed rapid fire, unless the Irish send their women :mrgreen:
•The best 8 shooters qualify and move to the final round (6 finalists in the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men event only).


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kryten wrote:
It has its origins in military shooting tables. The old BAP course of fire was based loosely on it. But having said that, it is the only true olympic 25 meter pistol shooting discipline. Would be nice if some of the clubs out there would go and run it. It would reintroduce the element of excitement in pistol practice.



(25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol) Is this form of Olympic shooting allowed here and if not why if the requirement for licensing is that the pistol has to be of Olympic standard.

Sikamick


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Good point. Yes it is, as far as I know allowed, but no club is doing it. You need a bank of 5 synchronised targets for each shooter. A bit of a specific setup. Most ranges would have to build this setup to run the event.


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SMLE 303 wrote:
bunny shooter wrote:
kryten wrote:
Pity its not done here :(


Sure it's more than likely "combat training" :roll:



Who does "combat training" for the Olympic please ? BTW to win Olympic pistol medals requires you shoot the finals in timed rapid fire, unless the Irish send their women :mrgreen:
•The best 8 shooters qualify and move to the final round (6 finalists in the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men event only).


Really :? Are you that unaware of the situation here :shock:


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http://youtu.be/TSbc1bv5Re


Last edited by Backstop Benny on 18 Dec 2013 21:41, edited 1 time in total.



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mens rapid fire,wonder is pulling your trigger combat training :oops:

real rapid fire 2 sec empy mag, full auto man position :lol: :lol:
http://youtu.be/TSbc1bv5ReE mens rapid fire


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I thought the hullabaloo might involve part time solders combat training at their clubs. 1000 apologies mea culpa :oops: :oops: :oops:


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Backstop Benny wrote:
mens rapid fire,wonder is pulling your trigger combat training :oops:

# better wear protection before you answer him :mrgreen:


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SMLE 303 wrote:
I thought the hullabaloo might involve part time solders combat training at their clubs. 1000 apologies mea culpa :oops: :oops: :oops:


My point was the powers that be seeing that would be convinced it was "combat training" as there is a certain amount of speed involved in the practice & ban it going on what's happened here in the recent past :roll:

Wasn't having a dig at ya just a bit surprised you might not/are not aware of the shafting pistol shooters have gotten here off the DOJ/Garda ;)


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......and the FCP. They negotiated over the table, yet supposedly very few understand the firearms act 2009..unusual to say the least.
Judge Eugene O’Kelly in his ruling made no mention of supposed combat training.?


To quote Roger Weedon Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent of the Surrey Police, speaker at the Mullingar conference 2008
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I thought this is a doddle, I know all about firearms, and I am going to walk straight into that and be up to speed in about 48 hours. I’ve never been so wrong in my entire career; I found out straight away that I didn’t know the first thing about civilian use of firearms so it came as a bit of a shock, and as the days went by I began to wonder if I had made the right decision, but the pension carried me through so I stuck with it!


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Post RE: 25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final
Very interesting piece of Information re Irish shooter who won five Olympic medals in the 1920s.

http://www.independent.ie/regionals/ker ... 22517.html


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Post Re: 25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final
SMLE 303 wrote:
Backstop Benny wrote:
mens rapid fire,wonder is pulling your trigger combat training :oops:

# better wear protection before you answer him :mrgreen:

https://youtu.be/ZamObpLYZyw
olympic eye blinds or what :roll:

issf rapid fire pistol men
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unila67hCs0

 issf centerfire rapid men
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VnWVdu ... e=youtu.be


25m Centre Fire Pistol is one of the ISSF shooting events and is normally a men-only event. Other than the calibre used, the Centre Fire event is exactly the same as the 25m Pistol Women, and Mens Sport Pistol events. The 25m Centre Fire match is shot with a handgun of any calibre between 7.62mm (.30") and 9.65 mm (.38"). The most popular choices by far are specially-designed sport pistols and revolvers in .32 calibre. Using a revolver is not a disadvantage because there are no speedy series of shots involved. The name Centre-Fire comes from the ignition system of these calibers as opposed to the Rimfire of .22 cartridges.
Distance = 25 m
Calibre = any between 7.62mm (.30") and 9.65 mm (.38")
For Womens Pistol and Mens Sports events, .22 calibres are used
Minimum trigger pull = 1000g
Number of shots/time:
Precision Stage = 30 shots, in six series of 5 shots, each series is 5 minutes
Rapid Fire Stage = 30 shots, in six series of 5 shots. Each series consists of 5 exposures of the target, each exposure is for 3 seconds; the shooter fires one shot per exposure.
Target:
Precision Stage = 10 ring of 50 mm diameter, each ring increases by 50 mm
Rapid Fire Stage = 10 ring of 100 mm diameter, each ring increases by 100 mm.


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Post Re: 25m Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Final
Re Rapid-fire pistol match.

Note that the handgun used in this match is more than just a little bit different.

It is MADE for the rapid fire pistol event, hence the origin of the WEalther OSP [Olympische Schnellfeuer Pistole], and differs substantially in construction, hand-grip and so on from its more common conventional target .22rimfire pistol.

The calibre is also different - the rapid fire competition is shot with firearms using the .22 Short cartridge, NOT the .22 Long Rifle cartridge - nothing else is permitted.

tac


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Rapid fire event now uses .22 LR . Has been that was for a few years.


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