Standard Pistol

Standard pistol can be used:

  • As a synonym for sport pistol about a .22-caliber handgun commonly used in shooting sports
  • About the 25 metre standard pistol event, using such a pistol
  • For the unrelated Standard Pistol class in PPC 1500 competitions

Other articles related to "standard pistol, pistol, pistols":

25 Metre Standard Pistol
25 metre standard pistol is one of the ISSF shooting events, introduced at the ISSF World Shooting Championships in 1970 ... It has its roots in the NRA conventional pistol competitions ... The standard pistol match is shot with a regular sport pistol (also called a standard pistol) in caliber.22 LR ...
Sport Pistol
... A sport pistol or standard pistol is a type of handgun used in several shooting sports, including the Olympic 25 metre pistol event and 25 metre standard pistol ... Since 2005, the 25 metre rapid fire pistol rules also require the use of sport pistols, with a few extra requirements ... of this gun are women's 25 metre military rapid fire pistol, bullseye (in one of its three stages), and a variety of other national shooting sports ...
Samaresh Jung - Awards and Medals
2002 Arjuna Award Commonwealth Games 2 gold medals (men's free pistol pairs and open standard pistol pairs, each with Jaspal Rana) and 3 silver medals (air ...

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