Emerald Coast Indoor Shooting & Sport is kicking off the new year with a pistol competition! The highest scorers of each division will win a Canik TP9SFX (Unlimited Division Prize) or a Canik TP9 Sub Elite (Stock Division Prize).
This match will be on February 11th from 9 AM to 7 PM. Competitors do not have to stay all day, just shoot your series and head out the door! (Or hangout if you wish.)
Below are the rules and regulations of this match!
Competitors can preregister and pay ahead via payment in-store or over the phone. All competitors that preregister will be added to the preregistration roster. If competitors do not preregister, they can register on the day of the match.
All competitors must complete the Emerald Coast Indoor Shooting & Sport Range Safety Video and Liability Waiver before registration. The waiver can be found on-site and online at theshootersrange.com
Match Entry Fees:
$20.00 per firearm, per division entry.
This match will have two divisions, Stock and Unlimited.
Stock Division Rules:
Any semi-automatic pistol with a minimum magazine capacity of 10 rounds is allowed. AR Style pistols or any pistol with a stabilizing brace will not be allowed. Revolvers are not allowed. Firearms are considered to be “Stock” if all firearm components are or ever have been available from the original manufacturer. Additional allowable modifications are specified below:
• “Hogue-Grip” type sleeves, “A-Grip” panels, “skateboard tape”
or other grip-enhancing materials that do not materially alter
the function of the stock firearm
• Slide and barrel stripping and/or refinishing
• Pearce Grip, Inc. grip extenders
• Aftermarket replacement non-metallic base plates on
• Post and notch sights (“partridge” sights) excluding any sight
requiring slide modifications. Please note that fiber-optic and
express sights are approved.
Any combination of the firearms original manufacturer produced firearm parts that do not, in the sole opinion of the Range Master, result in a significant competitive advantage in the stock division that is safe to utilize.
Unlimited Division Rules:
Any semi-automatic pistol with a minimum magazine capacity of 10 rounds is allowed. AR Style pistols or any pistol with a stabilizing brace will not be allowed. Revolvers are not allowed. The following modifications will necessitate placement of the firearm in the Unlimited Class:
• Any non-post and notch sights including, but not limited to,
“Ghost Ring” or laser, electronic and optical sights.
• Wrap-around “grip sleeves” on magazines
• Aftermarket component parts and barrels
• Recoil spring guide/recoil reducer assemblies
• Aftermarket extended slide stop levers
• Firing pins (modified/aftermarket)
• Connectors (modified/aftermarket)
• Metallic magazine well “funnels” or “slugs”
• Lights or other barrel weights
• Any modification deemed by the Range Officer to create an
unfair competitive advantage.
Special Recognition Classes & Prizes:
All competitors that shoot the Stock Division will be eligible for a special recognition class prize. The highest scorer of the class in the Stock Division will be given a prize of three hours of Free Range Time and an ECISS T-Shirt.
Junior – Any individual under the age of 18.
Senior – Any individual over the age of 55.
Women – Any individual that identifies as a woman.
Where there are no competitors in the Stock Division, there is no eligibility to be awarded.
Course of Fire:
5 Rounds at 7 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
5 Rounds at 15 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
10 Rounds at 5 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
10 Rounds at 7 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
10 Rounds at 15 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
10 Rounds at 25 yards with 15 Second Time Limit
Targets used will be the NRA “D1” paper target.
1. Participants may shoot more than one pistol at each event. The course of fire may not be shot more than once per pistol.
2. Allocate points for each shot as follows:
10 points = X Ring
10 points = 10” Ring
8 points = 8” Ring
5 points = any other bullet mark on the target
If a shot cuts the line, the higher point value is given.
There is a maximum of 500 points.
3. For this match, standing is determined by listing participants in
order from highest to lowest score.
4. Reshoot – When a competitor’s score cannot be recorded or a
non-shooter induced malfunction occurs, a Range Officer will
allow the competitor to shoot the stage again for the score.
5. Awarding Prizes
The highest scorer of the Stock Division will be awarded a prize
The highest scorer of the Unlimited Division will be awarded a
The Director of Operations will choose the prize guns and
place them in the designated Division.
Winner announcements will be done via Facebook Live. A
Facebook post will be made, and the winners will be called via