INTERNATIONAL PRACTICAL SHOOTING CONFEDERATION

The International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) was established to promote, maintain, improve and advance the sport of practical shooting, to safeguard its principles and to regulate its conduct worldwide for the safe, recreational use of firearms by persons of good character.

LATEST NEWS

IPSC President Newsletter – August 2020

Dear Regional Directors, Dear Athletes, Dear Range Officers, Dear Instructors and Trainers! I hope you and your family are staying safe in these challenging times! I would like to share some news from the recent Executive Council meeting: IPSC Competition Rules....

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IPSC President Newsletter – July 2020

Dear Regional Directors,   I hope you and your family are staying safe in these challenging times! I would like to share some news from the recent Executive Council meeting:   IPSC ESS.   IPSC Electronic Scoring system will be launched in a test mode in some...

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EXCELLENCE IN SHOOTING

IPSC regions

Regions (countries) are the organizations which promote the sport of IPSC and are the representatives of IPSC. All IPSC athletes become members of the IPSC by joining their affiliated Region.

match calendar

IPSC matches are submitted by IPSC Regions and properly sanctioned. Once a match is approved and sanctioned it will get displayed on the global  Match Calendar
(Level III, IV and V Matches).

competitions

IPSC matches are based on the principles of accuracy, power and speed. Participation in these matches will develop a high degree of safety and proficiency, as well as providing an exciting means of recreation.

results

Match Results for sanctioned Level III and up matches are posted on the Results page. Results will appear within 2 weeks after the match is completed and are easily searched by name and stored by year.

what makes practical shooting unique?

IPSC shooting competitions present varied degrees of difficulty. No shooting challenge or time limit may be protested as being prohibitive. Specific requirements for non-shooting challenges should reasonably allow for differences in competitor’s height and physical build.

the best match officials in the world

IROA certifies that IPSC Range Officers are the best trained, the best qualified and best prepared to ensure a uniform worldwide standard for all competitions.

competitions

worldwide competitions

The IPSC Match Calendar Year averages 360+ Level III Matches (large Regional match) in 105 country members, called Regions, all around the world. We have more than 200k active members and 1.4+ million of rounds are shot in average in a global competition, known as World Shoot.

the best athletes in the shooting world!

The value of IPSC shooting competition is determined by the quality of the challenge presented in the course design. Courses of fire are designed primarily to test a competitor’s IPSC shooting skills, and not their physical strength or gymnastic abilities.

what’s new in ipsc?

IPSC President Newsletter – August 2020

Dear Regional Directors, Dear Athletes, Dear Range Officers, Dear Instructors and Trainers! I hope you and your family are staying safe in these challenging times! I would like to share some news from the recent Executive Council meeting: IPSC Competition Rules....

read more

IPSC President Newsletter – July 2020

Dear Regional Directors,   I hope you and your family are staying safe in these challenging times! I would like to share some news from the recent Executive Council meeting:   IPSC ESS.   IPSC Electronic Scoring system will be launched in a test mode in some...

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ipsc partners

International practical shooting confederation

IPSC Postal Address:
Carretera Vieja de Bunyola – Km 6,2
07141 Marratxi
Mallorca, Spain
e-mail: info@ipsc.org
tel: +34 971 796 232

WhatsApp: +34 699 264 399

IPSC Registration Address:
Roburvägen 13, 
181 33 Lidingö,  Sweden

e-mail: info@ipsc.org
tel: +34 971 796 232

WhatsApp: +34 699 264 399

IROA Postal Address:
152 Miller Dr.

Barrie, Ontario
Canada L4N 9X3
e-mail: IROA@ipsc.org
tel: +1 705 726 2651 | fax: +1 705 726 7400