IPSC shooting: Today’s one of the most exciting shooting sports

IPSC SHOOTING ENTHUSIASTS. From left to right: Dennis Nicolas, Dennis Manalo, Jojo Berango, Rick Gavino, Robert Co, Manny Ilagan, Buddy Bautista, Thurver Ordonez, Andy buencamino, Jimmy Vidanes (1911 speedshop), and Ding Aquino.

Practical shooting, also called dynamic shooting or action shooting, is a type of shooting sports where players attempt to combine the three principles of power, speed, and accuracy by using a firearm with a minimum power factor to score points as quickly as possible.

One of the most exciting and difficult shooting sports available today is the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) shooting. IPSC was founded to protect the values of the sport, encourage its growth, and develop global regulations for the lawful, recreational use of weapons by morally upright individuals.

What makes the IPSC shooting sport so appealing is that the shooting enthusiast is never short of challenges. IPSC shooting keeps the competitor’s skills up to date and challenging by providing a variety of courses. To achieve a winning combination in the dynamic marksmanship discipline of Practical Shooting, one must possess a mix of power, accuracy, and speed. Multiple targets, moving targets, targets that react when struck, penalty targets, targets that are partially covered, obstacles, and movement are all included in this discipline.

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