NRA Precision (Bullseye) Pistol
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Bullseye Pistol is the oldest and most prestigious of America’s precision pistol competitions. It is a precision sport fired one-handed in the standing position at paper “bullseye” targets. There are three stages – slow fire at 50 yards, timed fire at 25 yards, and rapid fire at 25 yards. Bullseye pistol is traditionally fired using two or three pistols for a “three gun aggregate” (.22LR, centerfire, and .45) but at TRPC we are flexible and allow shooting one or all stages and also allow ".22 only". While the one-handed hold and distance is initially daunting, the basic skills are quickly learned.

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The NRA Bullseye Pistol Rule Book

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