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                                PISTOL Police Combat




For
up‐to‐date
information
about
your
sport
and
schedules,
please
visit
www.2009wpfg.ca







                                                          




NOTE:
SEE
FIREARM
IMPORT
&
REGISTRATION
INFORMATION





EMAIL:
pistolpolicecombat@2009wpfg.ca





VENUE:
Port
Coquitlam
District
Hunt
&
Fish
Club
‐
Coquitlam
5000
Harper
Road
Coquitlam,
BC


V3E
3H1



      http://www.pcdhfc.com/




DATES:
Thursday,
6
August
to
Saturday,
8
August
2009




Transit
Information:
www.translink.ca




Registration
at
Host
Headquarters:
Please
note
that
competitors
in
this
sport
are
REQUIRED
to

register
with
the
Host
and
receive
their
accreditation
by,
at
the
least,
the
day
before
the

beginning
of
competition.





GUIDING
BODIES:
World
Police
&
Fire
Games
Federation,
with
guidelines
from
the
USA
National

Rifle
Association
(NRA)
[Police
Pistol
Combat
/
International
Pistol
Rules].





EQUIPMENT
&
REQUIREMENTS:
IMPORTANT:
Competitors
must
be
qualified
(i.e.,
some
type
of

formal
training
for
safety
purposes)
with
their
weapons
and
familiar
with
range
safety.





POLICE
PISTOL
COMBAT
(PPC);
Individual:
Competitors
may
enter
either
Revolver
or
Semi‐Auto

(select
one).
The
Course
of
Fire
will
follow
NRA
PPC/National
Police
Course
or
a
modified
ISSF

standard
pistol
event
[150
shots,
1,500
possible
points];
ISSF
Rule
6.9.
4‐person
Team:

Competitors
must
enter
into
the
Individual
event
to
be
eligible
for
the
Team
event.





REQUIRED:
a
preliminary
TEAM
ROSTER
shall
be
sent
with
Sports
Entry
Form
of
the
Team

                                



                                

                                PISTOL Police Combat




Captain.
Changes
to
team
makeup
are
allowed.
A
FINAL
Team
Roster
will
be
submitted
prior
to

the
beginning
of
competition.





DISTINGUISHED
MATCH:
Individual
only;
National
Police
Course
Match
5
[60
shots,
600
possible

points].
Competitors
may
enter
either
or
both
weapons’
classes:
Revolver
and/or
Semi‐
Automatic.






Nonmodified
weapons
only
[NRA
Rule
3.1
and
3.4],
.32
caliber
(7.62
mm)
&
larger.





All
equipment
and
ammunition
will
be
supplied
by
the
competitor
and
shall
be
inspected
and

approved
prior
to
competition.





WEAPONS:
NO
MODIFIED
WEAPONS
CAN
BE
USED
IN
THIS
EVENT.
REVOLVERS
‐
DUTY:
Police

Service
Revolvers
for
Distinguished
Match,
see
NRA
Rules
3.1.





REVOLVERS
‐
PRODUCTION:
This
class
is
only
for
caliber
a
minimum
.38
cal/9mm
and
the
trigger

pull
must
be
5
pounds
(2.27
kg)
minimum
for
first
shot
and
the
barrel
length
may
not
exceed
4

inches.





SEMI‐AUTOMATICS
‐
DUTY:
Semi‐
Automatic
Service
Pistol
for
Distinguished
Match,
see
NRA

Rules
3.4.





SEMI‐AUTOMATIC
‐
PRODUCTION:
This
class
is
only
for
caliber
a
minimum
.38
cal/9mm
and
the

trigger
pull
must
be
5
pounds
(2.27
kg)
minimum
for
first
shot
and
the
barrel
length
may
not

exceed
5
inches
(127
mm).





AMMUNITION:
Revolver
Ammunition
as
specified
in
NRA
Rules
3.17
(f).






Ammunition
will
be
available
for
purchase
at
the
venue.
Semi‐Automatic
Ammunition
as

specified
in
NRA
Rules
3.17
(g).
Revolvers
and
Semi‐Automatics
may
use
factory
or
reloaded

ammo,
with
either
round
nose
lead,
semi‐wadcutter,
jacketed
hollow
points
or
jacketed
soft‐

point
bullets,
no
wad‐cuttersor
mid‐range


(reduced
energy)
ammo
can
be
used.
Reloaded
ammunition
shall
conform
to
the
requirements

of
factory
ammunition.
No
wadcutters,
+P;
no
reloads,
magmum
or
mid‐range
(reduced
energy)

loads
allowed.






BRACKETING:
CLASSIFICATIONS:
Only
WPFGF
Classifications
shall
be
used.
Past
competitors

from
previous
Games
will
automatically
have
their
classification
entered
into
the
computerized

scoring
system.
Competitors
without
established
WPFGF
Classifications
will
be
classified
on
the

basis
of
their
score
for
the
Individual
event,
and
placed
into
the
appropriate
class
for
the

determination
of
medals
for
both
Individual
and
Team
events.





Practice
day
will
be
Wednesday,
5
August
2009;
Confirmation
Letter
will
provide
details.





                                         



                                         

                                         PISTOL Police Combat




AGE
CATEGORIES
&
CLASSIFICATION
AWARDS:
All
events
are
Unisex
Open
[18+];
Teams
may

consist
of
all
men,
all
women
or
any
combination
thereof.
Awards
for
the
PPC
and
Distinguished

Match
(both
Revolver
and
Semi‐Auto)
will
be
made
in
the
following





CLASSIFICATIONS:
High
Master,
Master,
Expert,
Sharpshooter,
Marksman
and
Production.





COMPETITOR
LIMIT:
240





EVENTS:


POLICE
PISTOL
COMBAT
(Revolver
or
Semi‐Auto):


Individual..................................
PIA45015


Team.........................................
PIA55015





DISTINGUISHED
MATCH;
INDIVIDUAL:


Revolver....................................
PIA65015


Semi‐Automatic........................
PIA75015



Athletes
will
receive
Sport
Handbooks
in
their
Accreditation
package
outlining
all
details
pertaining
to
their
event(s).






								
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