NRA Pistol Rule Book

CMP Rule Book










2017 Dixie Match Program






NRA Precision Pistol Championship

NRA Distinguished Revolver Match

with CMP Service Pistol EIC Match

and CMP .22 RIMFIRE EIC Pistol Match

Hosted by Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club



Match 1

Match 2

Match 3

Match 4

Match 5

Match 6

Match 7

Match 8

Match 9

Match 10

Match 11

Match 12

Match 13

Match 14

Match 15

Match 16

Team Match

2nd Amendment Freedom Match


Service Pistol

.22 EIC Match

Distinguished Revolver Match


Photo Slide Show



2016 Dixie Match Day 1 Results

22 Slow Fire

22 Timed Fire

22 Rapid Fire

22 Aggregate

22 NMC




2016 Dixie Match Day 2 Results

CF Slow Fire

CF Timed Fire

CF Rapid Fire

CF Aggregate


CF CMP Service Pistol

Distinguished Revolver


2016 Dixie Match Day 3 Results

.45 Slow Fire

.45 Timed Fire

.45 Rapid Fire

.45 Aggregate

.45 NMC

.45 Team

Grand Aggregate

2016 Dixie Match Photos


Conventional Outdoor Pistol, aka “Bullseye” Shooting

Greetings fellow shooters and thank you for visiting the Bullseye page. We are an old and traditional shooting discipline, represented for a hundred years at the National Matches.

 At Gateway we hold 2 matches per month, on the 1st and 3rd Sundays starting at 0900 hours (for most matches).

So what is Bullseye shooting? It’s a discipline that has it’s heritage within the ranks of the military service. The Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), the Marine Corps Pistol Team, the All Guard Team, and the Navy Pistol Team are among the military competitors active in the sport today.

We host 2 types of matches. One is the NRA Match format where the slow fire is shot at 50yds, and the timed and rapid fire are shot at 25yds using turning targets. The other is the Club Match format where we shoot essentially the same course of fire as the NRA match but we do it at 25yds and 15yds rather than 50yds and 25yds.

A typical Bullseye match is shot with a 22 caliber pistol and a 45 caliber pistol, although for most shorter matches any centerfire caliber gun can be used in place of the 45. A typical aggregate shot with any gun consists of 90 rounds fired with the gun held out with a single hand using no artificial support. The 90 shots are broken down as follows in the NRA format:

Slow Fire Match: 2 strings of 10 shots each string with 10 minutes per string.
National Match Course: Slow Fire, 1 string of 10 shots in 10 minutes
Timed Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots each, 20 seconds per string
Rapid Fire, 2 strings of 5 shots each, 10 seconds per string
Timed Fire Match: 4 strings of 5 shots each, 20 seconds per string
Rapid Fire Match: 4 strings of 5 shots each, 10 seconds per string

Most matches are called 1800s and consist of 2-90 shot aggregates with different guns combined for an overall score. Several times per year we run a 2700 which is an NRA match and requires that the last aggregate be shot with a 45 caliber pistol.

How about equipment? Just about any 22 and 45 can be used when shooting the shorter club match format. For the NRA matches, most 22s will work at 50yds. For the 45 to shoot accurately at 50yds it will require a little match conditioning. You can use any safe ammo for the competition.

We would love to have you come out and shoot with us. We will teach you everything you need to know, and even loan you some equipment if you need it. Matches take about 3 hours to shoot but the time really flies by.

There’s a great website that has tons of info Bullseye shooting. You can find it at:

If you are interested in NRA or club 1800 matches, and want to give it a try, please give Ted Carter a call at 904-880-1715

If you are interested in NRA 2700 matches, and want to give it a try, please give Ted Carter a call at 904-880-1715