WHERE Joe Beesley Outdoor Pistol Range (Taylor Police Outdoor Range).
16300 Racho Rd., Taylor, MI
RULES Current NRA PPC rules will apply. This will be a NRA
ELIGIBILITY Open to any individual member of the NRA, eligible under
rule 2.1 and 2.4 of the NRA rule book. Rule 2.4.1 will be in
effect. Teams will consist of either two or four firing
members each representing a police club or law
enforcement agency eligible under rule 2.14. Also, any
member in good standing of the MPCPA, is eligible and
civilians may fire in two person teams.
ENTRIES Pre-registration is not required. Competitors will be
squadded upon arrival, on a first come first served
basis with civilians and Law Enforcement firing on alternate relays. Law enforcement: current NRA classification
cards must be presented along with proper ID.
FEES 1500 Combat Match $50.00
2 or 4 Person Team $5.00 (per person)
Michigan Distinguished $20.00
2nd 1500 (MPCPA only)* $10.00
**If a competitor is shooting only the Team Match
or Distinguished an additional $15.00 fee will apply
CHALLENGES A $3.00 challenge fee will apply. Current NRA rules
CLASS NRA classification: High Master, Master, Expert,
Sharpshooter, Marksman and Classified. Unclassified will
compete in the High Master class. Civilians
will be classified using the Lewis System.
FIREARMS Current NRA and MPCPA rules will apply.
AMMUNITION Either factory or hand loaded round nose or wadcutter
ammunition, .32 cal. or larger may be used. No high
speed or magnum will be allowed
LOADING Will be with cartridges taken from the competitor’s belt,
pocket, pouch or mechanical loaders on person.
competitors must have enough ammo on person to
complete each stage of fire or event. All loading will be
with 6 cartridges, and time to reload is included in time to
shoot each stage of fire.
TIMES Will start with loaded gun in the holster. No part of
competitor’s hand may touch the gun or the holster until
the command to fire has been given.
OPTICS No optical devices other than normal corrective eyewear.
HOLSTER Conventional right or left hand draw. No shoulder, cross
draw or others that require the insertion of a finger within
the trigger guard will be allowed. Holsters cannot be
TARGETS NRA B-27 targets will be used
Match 1 Two stages of 12 shots fired double action from the standing without support position.
First stage fired at 7 yards and second stage fired at 15 yards. Twenty seconds per stage.
Match 2 6 shots kneeling; 6 shots left hand standing with support; 6 shots right hand standing with support.
All shots are fired double action from the 25 yard line. Time limit is 90 seconds.
Match 3 6 shots sitting; 6 shots prone; 6 shots left hand standing with support; 6 shots right hand
standing with support. Shots may be fired single or double action. Time limit is 2 minutes
and 45 seconds with all shots fired from the 50 yard line
Match 4 Two stages of 12 shots each fired double action, standing without support, at the 25 yard line.
Time limit is 35 seconds for each stage of 12 shots.
Match 5 NRA National Police Course
Stage 1: 12 shots fired double action from the 7 yard line. Time limit is 20 seconds.
Stage 2: 6 shots kneeling; 6 shots left hand standing with support; 6 shots right hand
standing with support. All shots are fired double action from the 25 yard line.
Time limit is 90 seconds.
Stage 3: 6 shots sitting; 6 shots prone; 6 shots left hand standing with support;
6 shots right hand standing with support. Shots may be fired single or
double action. Time limit is 2 minutes and 45 seconds with all shots fired from
the 50 yard line.
Stage 4 6 shots fired double action, standing without support, from
the 25 yard line. Time limit of 12 seconds.
TEAM MATCH Members will fire the same course of fire as Match 5
REVOLVER AND PISTOL COMPETITION
48 rounds, instead of 42
ELIGIBILITY Open to any law enforcement officer and/or any MPCPA
civilian member, who qualifies under rule 2.4, may fire the
in the Michigan Distinguished Competition.
COURSE OF FIRE: 48 rounds. All started with a loaded gun in the holster
Stage 1 Four yard line, double action, six shots, one hand
from standing without support position. (8 seconds)
Stage 2 Seven yard line, double action, twelve shots from the
standing without support position. (20 seconds)
target changes after stage 2
Stage 3 fifteen-yard line, double action, twelve shots standing
without support position. (20 seconds)
Stage 4 Twenty five yard line, double action, six shots kneeling, using the barricade for cover and support, six shots left hand barricade and six shots right hand barricade. (90 seconds)
The firearm eligibility has changed to follow NRA rule 3.7 Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol
WEAPONS Revolver: The revolver must be capable of chambering and
firing standard 158 grain lead .38 service load. It must be
a factory manufactured revolver, with no external
modifications other than grips because of the size of
competitors hand or to facilitate reloading. No internal
modifications may be made that would render the
revolver less than safe than originally designed by the
manufacturer. Specifically prohibited is any system of
recoil base on compensators, barrel venting or porting.
trigger must have single and double action capability.
Rear sight may be fixed or adjustable. Front adjustable
sights are prohibited. Barrel length may not exceed four
It will be .38 cal, 158 grain lead service, round nose or
semi-wadcutter. All ammunition will be on the person
of the shooter.
Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol: (NRA Rule 3.7) Mass produced (at least 1,000 produced), factory manufactured (catalog item), center-fire semi-automatic pistol designed for police or military use, .35 caliber or larger, barrel length not to exceed 5.5 inches. Fixed sights only. Manufacturer’s fixed sights may be replaced with other service type fixed sights such as three (3) dot systems or luminescent night sights. The only modification or replacement part allowed is the magazine bumper pad. All double action semi-automatic pistols must fire the first shot of every stage double action.
Specifically prohibited: external modifications except those listed above. Specifically prohibited are full length Bo-Mar type ribs on the slide, trigger shoes, extended slide release, extended magazine well funnel and any system of recoil control based on compensators, barrel venting or barrel porting, or weighted grips or grip panels. No internal modifications may be made that would render the pistol less safe then originally designed by the manufacturer.
The pistol must be equipped with the standard issue or commercially produced grips of the same size and design. Finger groove and slip on grips are allowed. Stocks may be modified or changed because of the size of a competitor’s hand. Thumb rest or flared at the base grips will not be allowed nor is tape on the grips or any substance, which results in a sticky surface to the grip or hands.
The above prohibitions are to be broadly construed to the extent of permitting only genuine service pistols and may be expanded to include other items not enumerated which are incompatible with a service pistol.
HOLSTER Same as for revolver and holster must completely cover trigger.
HOLSTERED Loaded single action semi-autos with a round in the chamber
SEMI-AUTOS will be holstered with safety on “SAFE”. Loaded double
action semi-autos with a round in the chamber will be holstered with the hammer lowered to “DECOCKED” position.
AMMUNITION Licensed manufactured, new issue, .35 cal or larger, service type, full metal jacket or hollow point. Ammunition will be furnished by the competitor. No mid-range or semi-wadcutter will be used.
MAGAZINE For each stage there will be only six rounds in a magazine.
ALL GUNS, AMMUNITION AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE INSPECTED.
THE MATCH DIRECTORS DECISION ON EQUIPMENT PERMITTED IN ALL MATCHES IS FINAL.
1st, 2nd, 3rd Trophy or plaque in each class.***
HIGH FEMALE Trophy or plaque
TEAM AWARDS Two person and four person, trophy or plaque, 1st, 2nd, 3rd in each class***
MICHIGAN Winner will receive a Michigan Distinguished Pin with DISTINGUISHED a diamond and a cash award. Top 10% of non- distinguished competitors will receive a Michigan
** any competitor can win only one cash award
*** contingent on the number of competitors
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