Police Pistol Combat

POLICE PISTOL COMBAT

Since 1960, the NRA has offered a complete police shooting program to police departments and law enforcement agencies. The objective of their program is the training of police officers in the safe, efficient, and timely use of their firearms. To further assist law enforcement, the NRA created Police Pistol Combat (PPC) competitions.
Our PPC matches are not NRA-sanctioned, but we will try to follow their rules and guidelines for running our matches, so they have the same look and feel as the PPC matches run at other local clubs.

Our goal is to provide a recreational, combat handgun target shooting venue for all shooters – civilian and law enforcement alike – which will allow them to improve their marksmanship skills and competence with their handguns under the stress of competition, and to be safe and have fun while they are doing it.

Our matches include indoor matches during the winter months and an outdoor league during the summer months. We shoot at 3, 7, 15 and 25 yards. Matches include the Combat 600 Match and the Concealed Carry Match.

Details about our matches are provided at the links below.

Links:

Indoor Combat 600 Matches
Summer League