It is a cross between PPC and IPSC. Many shooters now practice this sport, which requires agility, speed and precision, in shorter periods of time, and with more cartridges shot.
This sport is for both beginner and expert shooters. You can enter competitions with a minimum of equipment: pistol, gunbelt, 4 magazine pouches and a holster.
You must be a member of the QSF and have completed a few sessions of target practice. You must take the training to learn the safety rules for drawing your firearm during the fast draw event.
Depending on the course, shooters must shoot with or without a barricade, from various static positions. They can move laterally and shoot at metal or paper targets. You must be a member in good standing of the QSF to take part in the competitions.
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