The league starts on Monday, January 20th. The last night is Monday, April 13th.
The first relay starts at 7:00PM, last relay at 9:00 PM.
Each match $5.00.
COURSE OF FIRE:
The match is the standard NRA PPC Service Pistol Match, consisting of 48 rounds fired in four stages on two B27 targets:
Stage 1: 3 yards, 6 rounds fired in 8 seconds fired with the strong hand only.
Stage 2: 7 yards, 12 rounds fired in 20 seconds, including a reload, fired using a two-hand hold.
Stage 3: 15 yards, 12 rounds fired in 20 seconds, including a reload, fired using a two-hand hold.
Stage 4: 25 yards, 18 rounds fired in 90 seconds as follows: 6 rounds kneeling fired with the strong hand -
The barricade must be used for cover and support. 6 rounds standing left hand firing from the left side of the
barricade - 6 rounds standing right hand firing from the right side of the barricade -
A range or duty type holster. Belt carriers for magazines, speedloaders or moonclips. Ear and eye protection are mandatory.
REVOLVER...Competitors will conform to NRA Combat Pistol Rule 3.5 (with the exception of caliber. For our purposes, caliber must be .32 or larger) and the ammunition will be restricted to round nose, semi-wadcutter, or hollow point (no wadcutter ammunition). Factory or reloaded ammunition may be used. This section is construed to mean genuine service revolvers. High speed or magnum ammunition will not be used. See NRA rule 3.5.
SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL...Competitors will conform to NRA Combat Pistol Rule 3.4 The ammunition will be round nose, semi-wadcutter, or hollow point (no wadcutter, ammunition). Factory or reloaded ammunition maybe used. This section is construed to mean genuine service pistols. See NRA rule 3.4
The range is cold (no loaded firearms permitted). The shooter loads 6 rounds at the start of each stage on
the command of the RO. A shooter may enter as many matches each evening as time permits, providing each shooter present has an opportunity to shoot. The match is open to both Law Enforcment (LE) and non-Law Enforcment competitors. LE and non-LE will compete together in the same classes. There will be cash awards at the end of the season, based on the shooter's 10 best scores. Prizes will be determined using the Lewis System.
If you are a member of the New York Police Combat Association and you wish that your two best scores be sent to the association to be considered for the association's annual awards then pay $6 to the league secretary at the
end of the season.
For competitors who wish to use firearms that don’t conform to the NRA Service Gun Rules. Competitors who wish to compete in the Open Class will be scored separately from the Service Gun class and can use full adcutter ammo, red dot or optical sights and barrels longer than 5” for a semiauto or longer than 4” for a revolver. Shooters are free to compete in both classes if they wish. Declaration of the class being fired must be made before each individual match is fired.