White Mountain Bullseye Shooters
Bullseye Pistol Shooting
Welcome to Bullseye Shooting, also known as NRA Precision Pistol.
We shoot on Saturdays at 1:30 PM at the 50-yard Pistol Range next to the 100-yard Public Range. Please feel free to come out and join us or just observe this type of shooting.
Our shooting is all shot with one hand, but you may use two hands to get used to it. The courses of fire are:
- Slow Fire: 10 shots in ten minutes
- Timed Fire: 5 shots (twice) in 20 seconds on turning targets
- Rapid Fire: 5 shots (twice) in 10 seconds on turning targets
The usual distance for our summer league is 25 yards and 50 feet for the Inland Empire Postal Match (competing against other states) for the winter. For our Saturday league, we generally shoot two 30-shot courses of fire.
In a standard Bullseye Match there are three guns, 90 shots per gun. The .22 is first, then any center fire gun, then .45. Standard calibers for the center fire pistol are .32, .38, and .45.
For more detailed information on bullseye shooting, visit bullseyepistol.com.