This match is shot by men at ISSF World Cups.
Standard pistols shoot .22 calibre ammunition from a five-shot magazine and must be capable of fitting within the standard competition box. The trigger weight can be no lighter than 1000 grams.
Standard Pistol is a combination of slow fire and rapid fire shooting. Competitors shoot .22 calibre pistols from 25 metres at precision targets with a 5cm 10 ring.
Preparation time is 5 minutes. Competitors fire 60 shots in three timed series. The first series is shooting 5 shots in 150 seconds. This is repeated until a series of 20 shots has been fired. The second series is shooting 5 shots in 20 seconds. This is repeated until a total of 20 shots has been fired. The third series is shooting 5 shots in 10 seconds. Again, this is repeated until a total of 20 shots has been fired.
600 is a perfect score, and 570 is an excellent score.
Shot every Saturday afternoon at 12.00pm and 2.00pm, and also on Wednesday evenings at 7.00pm