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OAK PARK SPORTSMENS’

PPC LEAGUE

PLAINFIELD, ILLINOIS

 

 

 

 

Course of Fire

 

PPC-48 ROUND Carbine Challenge COF

 

Pistol caliber carbine capable of holding 6 rounds with a detachable magazine.

.22LR or pistol caliber (9mm, 40 S&W and 45 acp.)

No magnum calibers or .30 carbine allowed.

Iron sights only or optics.

 

Each string of fire the carbine will start at combat low ready.

 

STAGE A -

Segment 1 Three (3), two-round strings fired at seven (7) yards - Time limit is four

(4) seconds per string - Total of six (6) rounds. 

Segment 2 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at ten (10) yards - two center, one head - Time limit is seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds.  

Segment 3 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at fifteen (15) yards - fire six, reload with 6 more - Time limit twenty-five (25) seconds.

 

Clear carbine and insert chamber flag after segment 3 is completed.

 

INTERMISSION - Reload magazines.

 

 

STAGE B -

Segment 4 Three (3), two-round strings fired at ten (10) yards - Time limit is four

(4) seconds per string - Total of six (6) rounds. 

Segment 5 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at fifteen (15) yards - two center, one head - Time limit is seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds.  

Segment 6 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at twenty-five (25) yards - fire six, reload  with 6 more - Time limit twenty-five (25) seconds.

 

Clear carbine and insert chamber flag after segment 6 is completed.

 

 

The range officer will explain the course at the start of each string.

 

B-34 target is used. There is a Tee on the head of the target. All rounds touching the “Tee” are counted as an X. All other head shots count as a 10. There can only be a max of two (2) rounds striking the head per target. Excessive rounds are a miss. At the beginning of each stage and moving to each stage the weapon must have the safety on. All reloading will be done with ammunition taken from the competitor’s magazine pouches. A competitor will need the minimum of (4) magazines to compete in this match properly.  All magazines will only be loaded with six (6) rounds.

 

 

PPC-48 ROUND Duty Course

4” minimum barrel length on revolver capable of holding 6 rounds OR

4.4” minimum barrel length on semi auto.

Iron sights only, no optics.

Any other firearm used will nullify score for awards.

 

STAGE A -

Segment 1 Three (3), two-round strings fired at seven (7) yards - Time limit is four

(4) seconds per string - Total of six (6) rounds. 

Segment 2 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at ten (10) yards - two center, one head - Time limit is seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds.  

Segment 3 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at fifteen (15) yards - fire six, reload with 6 more - Time limit twenty-five (25) seconds.

 

INTERMISSION - Reload magazines and speedloaders.

 

STAGE B -

Segment 4 Three (3), two-round strings fired at ten (10) yards - Time limit is four

(4) seconds per string - Total of six (6) rounds. 

Segment 5 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at fifteen (15) yards - two center, one head - Time limit is seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds.  

Segment 6 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at twenty-five (25) yards - fire six, reload  with 6 more - Time limit twenty-five(25) seconds.

 

The range officer will explain the course at the start of each string.

 

B-27 target is used. There is a Tee on the head of the target. All rounds touching the “Tee” are counted as an X. All other head shots count as a 10. There can only be a max of two (2) rounds striking the head per target. Excessive rounds are a miss.  At the beginning of each stage, the weapon must be secure in the shooter’s holster. All reloading will be done with ammunition taken from the competitor’s magazine or speedloader pouches. A competitor will need a minimum of (4) magazines or speedloaders to compete in this match properly.  All magazines and speedloaders will only be loaded with six (6) rounds as this course of fire is revolver friendly.

 

 

PPC 50 Round Concealed Carry Course

Snubnose 2” or smaller revolver or 3 1/4” or smaller semi auto pistol.

 

STAGE A - 

Segment 1 - Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at four (4) yards.

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at four (4) yards

Reload

                      Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at four (4) yards. Strong Hand Only

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at four (4) yards

 

Segment 2 - Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at five (5) yards.

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at five (5) yards. Strong hand Only

Reload

                      Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at five (5) yards.

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at five (5) yards. Strong hand Only

Reload

 

Segment 3—Five (5) rounds in 8 seconds at Seven (7) yards      

 

INTERMISSION - Reload magazines and speedloaders.

 

STAGE B -

Segment 1 - Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at five (5) yards. Strong Hand Only

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at five (5) yards

Reload

                      Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at five (5) yards.

                      Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at five (5) yards

 

Segment 2 - Three (3) rounds in 7 Seconds at seven (7) yards.

                      Two (2) rounds in four (4) seconds at seven (7) yards.

                     

Reload

                      Five (5) rounds in 8 seconds at Seven (7) yards

Reload

          

Segment 3—Five (5) rounds in 8 seconds at ten (10) yards        

 

B-27 target will be used. There will be a short intermission  after Stage A for scoring and target repair. 

At the beginning of each stage, the weapon must be secured in the shooter’s holster. There will be no speed reloads and ammunition can be loaded from speedloader or magazine as indicated. All magazines and speedloaders will only be loaded with five (5) rounds as this course of fire is revolver friendly. Firearm and extra ammunition must be concealed.

 

 

PPC-48 ROUND Off Duty Course

3” maximum barrel length on revolver capable of holding 6 rounds OR

4-1/4” maximum barrel length on semi auto.

Any other firearm used will nullify score for awards.

 

STAGE A -

 Segment 1 Three (3), two-round strings fired at four (4) yards in four (4) seconds - per string - Total of six (6) rounds.

Segment 2 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at seven (7) yards - two center, one head in seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds. 

Segment 3 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at ten (10) yards - fire six, reload with 6 more- in twenty (20) seconds.

 

INTERMISSION - Reload magazines and speedloaders.

 

STAGE B -

Segment 4 Three (3), two-round strings fired at seven (7) yards - Time limit is four

(4) seconds per string - Total of six (6) rounds. 

Segment 5 This is followed by - two (2) three-round strings at ten (10) yards -  two center, one head - Time limit is seven (7) seconds per string - Total six (6) rounds.  

Segment 6 Last phase - Twelve (12) rounds at fifteen (15) yards - fire six, reload  with 6 more- Time limit twenty (20) seconds.

 

The range officer will explain the course at the start of each string.

 

For Off-Duty only all competitors will wear an over garment to cover their firearm and loading devices.

B-27 target is used. There is a Tee on the head of the target. All rounds touching the “Tee” are counted as an X. All other head shots count as a 10. There can only be a max of two (2) rounds striking the head per target. Excessive rounds are a miss.  At the beginning of each stage, the weapon must be secure in the shooter’s holster. All reloading will be done with ammunition taken from the competitor’s magazine or speedloader pouches. A competitor will need a minimum of (4) magazines or speedloaders to compete in this match properly.  All magazines and speedloaders will only be loaded with six (6) rounds as this course of fire is revolver friendly.