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IPSC shooting is about competing with handguns, rifles and shotguns in dynamic courses of fire.

Safe gun handling is essential all the while emphasizing accuracy, power and speed, in high-level competitions found around the world. Ever different courses of fire featuring multiple targets, moving, reactive and penalty targets, obstacles and movement are the norm.

They also make viable freestyle competitive strategies and techniques a part of IPSC shooting to keep its athletes challenged and spectators entertained.

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Upcoming matches

2019 IPSC Ontario Annual General Meeting 
February 9, 2019,
Toronto Vaughan Springhill Suites – Verona Ballroom,
612 Applewood Crescent, Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 4B4

OPSL ULTIMATE CHALLENGE V 
Level III, May 29-June 2, 2019,
Sharon, CAN-ON

Waterloo Level 3 
Level III, June 12-June 16, 2019,
Waterloo, CAN-ON

FRONTENAC RESURRECTION
Level III, June 20-June 23, 2019,
Frontenac, CAN-ON

2019 OPSL-ULTIMATE CHALLENGE VI – IPSC Ontario Provincial Championship
Level III, July 3-July 7, 2019,
Sharon, CAN-ON

2019 IPSC Canadian National Championship
Level III, July 30- August 4, 2019,
Valcartier, CAN-ON

IPSC CANADA NATIONAL SHOTGUN CHAMPIONSHIPS 
Level III, September 16-September 21, 2019,
Crumlin, CAN-ON

Want to get started?

Ready to move up from Practical Pistol competition? Read about our Black Badge Training Program, policies and procedures, and upcoming courses.

Ready for the next challenge? Become a Black Badge Instructor.

Young and not sure where to start? IPSC Ontario’s “Future” program has been created to help young people get involved in practical shooting.

Ready to be a Range Officer? See the list of upcoming NROI Canada Range Officer Courses in Ontario.

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