IPSC shooting represents a new, exciting form of sport shooting and was established to promote, maintain, and advance practical marksmanship. IPSC shooters need to blend accuracy, power, and speed into a winning combination. Multiple targets, moving targets, targets that react when hit, penalty targets, or even partially covered targets, obstacles, movement, competitive strategies, and other techniques are all a part of IPSC to keep shooters challenged and spectators engaged.


IPC currently runs a level 1 match on the second Saturday of each month.   The club also hosts level 2 matches throughout the year.

In all target pistol shooting events, competitors aim at a 10 ring target in the standing position, use only one hand to fire the pistol and the wrist must be completely free of support. Target pistol shooting events include 10m Air Pistol, 50m Pistol, 25m Pistol, Rapid Fire Stage, 25m Rapid Fire, 25m Centre Fire Pistol, and 25m Standard Pistol.


IPC Runs the following ISSF match schedule:

  • Centre Fire - 1st Saturday of the month
  • 25m Standard Match - 2nd Saturday of the month
  • 10m Air Pistol - 3rd Saturday of the month
  • Rapid Fire/Centre Fire - 4th Saturday of the month
  • 25m Rapid Fire Rimfire - 1st and 2nd Wednesday evenings of the month

Service Pistol

The Service Pistol event for 9mm and ·38/·357 pistols consists of 90 shots fired at distances varying from 50 to 7 yards with the pistol holstered at the commencement of each series. Shooters must hold a current PA Holster Accreditation to compete or train in this event. PA Service Pistol targets are used for this event and set in a bank of four targets per shooter.    


Matches currently run 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.