International Practical Shooting Confederation

IPSC is the acronym for the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC is a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of Accuracy, Power and Speed are balanced in a unique scoring system. IPSC has defined Action Shooting. It requires competitors to shoot fast and accurately, often shooting on the move and developing techniques and styles to shave off fractions of a second between shots, during reloads and drawing from the holster. IPSC Canada is the governing body for the sport in Canada.

More info about IPSC can be found at the IPSC BC website  and IPSC Canada website.
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Club Overview

Membership to IPSC BC is required to shoot Level II Qualifiers and above. To become a member of IPSC BC you must first complete the IPSC Training (Black Badge) Course. The course takes 16 hours to complete, over 2 days. It consists of classroom learning and range time. In addition to over 325 rounds of live fire instruction and shooting, the course will cover IPSC rules and regulations.

Competitor equipment:

  • Eye protection
  • Hearing protection
  • Handgun (9mm Luger or larger caliber)
  • Holster
  • 2 mag pouches, minimum
  • Sturdy belt
  • 3 magazines, minimum
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IPSC Contact

IPSC Chair/Black Badge Instructor: Ken Moore

Contact Ken by phone 250-600-0725 or email at kmoore@prrodandgun.com


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