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NRA World Action Pistol Championship 2020

Pistol Australia and Toowoomba Pistol Club

Course of Fire

  1. The Practical Event: From the appropriate shooting line, the shooter fires at distances from 10 yards to 50 yards under varying time limits.
  2. The Barricade Event: From within shooting boxes and behind barricades, a shooter fires at targets on either side of the barricade at different distances and under varying time limits.
  3. The Falling Plate Event: From the appropriate shooting line, the shooter fires at 8 inch round steel plates arranged in banks of six at distances from 10 to 25 yards under varying time limits.
  4. The Moving Target Event: From within shooting boxes at distances ranging from 10 to 25 yards, the shooter fires at a target moving from left to right with the target being exposed for only 6 seconds.

Competitors shoot from both standing and prone positions and are also required to shoot with both strong and weak hands at various stages.

Lodging

As the nearest major city, Toowoomba would be the preferred location for competitors to stay while attending the Championship. Toowoomba Pistol Club also has space to host competitors who wish to camp at the range.

Accommodations are plentiful in Toowoomba, with nearly 2,000 rooms offering nearly 4,000 beds in Toowoomba City and an additional 300 rooms in the surrounding area. These include 4.5-star hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, and caravan parks. The leading option is the Burke & Wills Hotel.

Range

Toowoomba Pistol Club
230 Andersons Road
Helidon QLD 4344, Australia
+61 438 178 723

Want To Know More

For more information about the World Action Pistol Championship, call us at (877) 672-6282 or email actionpistol@nrahq.org.

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