The Defensive Pistol League is open to all and will promote improved marksmanship and defensive shooting techniques for the casual and advanced shooter alike! Proper handgun safety and familiarization is necessary, but no prior pistol competition experience is required. Come test your skills in a fun, safe competition environment!
The course of fire for the defensive pistol league has been designed around and is a blend of common defensive shooting techniques, and law enforcement and military standards. The concept is to promote defensive shooting in a friendly setting while challenging the shooter to grow their skills. Each stage is done from a static location and includes multiple shooting techniques, drawing from the holster, reloading, rapid and slow fire, and different shooting distances. During the league, competitors will receive tips and guidance to promote shooter performance.
Matches will be fired each week of scheduled league shooting. The registration fee is for all 6 weeks (June 21st – July 26th). Individuals may “shoot ahead” or “make-up” matches as desired as long as all matches are completed by the last scheduled week of competition.
There will be a free informational meeting offered on June 7th, 2019 at 5:30pm and 7:00pm for all who wish to walk through league rules and the course of fire, or just ask questions and receive general information.
This is a 50 round course of fire that will be shot on the FBI QIT- 97 target. All strings are shot starting from the holster unless otherwise stated.
Course of Fire:
Hits placed within the inner bottle will be worth five (5) points.
Hits placed within the second bottle, not to include dotted section, will be worth two (2) points.
Hits placed outside of the second bottle will be worth zero (0) points.
50 Rounds – Max Score 250
Eligibility: All members and non-members of SEG who are 15 years of age, and are legally allowed to possess a handgun.
Equipment: Any pistol of any caliber can be used for shooting the relay, as long as it can hold at least six rounds. Optic sights are allowed, but will compete in own division. You must declare your division during the first week.