10M Air Pistol (Men and Women)
10m Air pistol are ISSF events shot by both men and women, at all levels of competition up to and including the Olympics and Paralympics.
|Calibre:||.177”, 4.5 mm air pistol – compressed air or gas|
|Minimum trigger pull:||500g.|
|Number of shots/time:||60 shots for Men & Junior Men in 105 minutes|
|40 shots for Women & Junior Women in 75 minutes|
|Target:||10 ring of 11.5 mm diameter, each ring increases by 16 mm|
The 10m Air Pistol events, and the 50m Pistol event are arguably the most mentally demanding events.
The top 8 women contestants, and the 8 top men contestants having the highest scores progress on to the Men’s and the Women’s finals, which consists of ten shots, each fired within 75 seconds. The final score is added to the qualification score.
This target is 17cm by 17cm and is at a distance of 10m.
Types of Air Guns
Rules for RO’s