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Level I – this is smallest type of IPSC match with recommended minimums of 40 rounds, three stages and ten competitors. Whilst IPSC membership is recommended it is not mandatory. If you are new to the sport, this is where you should start.
Level II – This type of IPSC match that is hosted regularly at our affiliated clubs with recommended minimums of 80 rounds, six stages and 50 competitors. You must be a member of the IPSC region in which you reside as per rule 6.5 in order to compete.
Level III – Recommended minimums of 150 rounds, twelve stages and 120 competitors. You must be a member of the IPSC region in which you reside as per rule 6.5 in order to compete.
You must be signed off as a safe shooter in order to participate in IPSC competition. Our affiliated clubs offer courses that are run to the highly regarded Canadian ‘Black Badge’ syllabus. We offer training on a ‘at cost’ basis at a charge of £15 per student to be paid at the time of booking. The course comprises a full day of classroom and range work. You must have basic gun safety skills in order to participate in this training and should come prepared with a suitable handgun, rig and 250 rounds of ammunition.