Home Competition Olympic Pistol Shooting Explained Competition Olympic Pistol Shooting Explained By Robert Farago - July 16, 2012 16 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GFEN Announces the First Shooting Competition for DIY Gun Builders The Renaissance of America’s Great Outdoor Pastime New from Rock River Arms: “R5 Competition” 3-Gun AR-15 16 COMMENTS Hmmm… is the message “This video has been removed by the user” meant to be the explanation on some level? Reply Oooh. I get it…it’s supposed to be meta. Reply Removed…. Reply try using this address for the video. It should work. youtube DOT com/watch?v=Fk-4maiu3hg Other wise just search USA Shooting Team – Keith Sanderson – NSSF Shooting Sportscast I think that is right Reply Fixed. Thanks. Reply Wow it’s so refined it almost doesn’t sound fun. I’d imagine 3-gun would make an exciting Olympic sport… Reply It would go against European sensisbilities Reply Refined, maybe. But it’s very, very hard to shoot any of the Olympic disciplines well. I compete in several (though not at an Olympic level), and they are a real challenge. The free pistol shooters will put 60 rounds into a group a size of a teacup – at 50 meters. Shooting with one hand. Good sport, if you like a real challenge. 🙂 Reply So what is that ‘most popular Olympic rapid fire pistol’? Reply That would be this: http://www.bobsblitz.com/2012/07/starting-pistol-to-be-used-at-olympics.html Can’t have anything that looks too much like an actual gun in the hands of a serf on British soil. Reply Looks like it’s a Pardini SP1 Rapid Fire Reply Yup. Pardini accounts for about 70% of the Rapid Fire pistols at this time. Reply I bet Cowboy Action Shooting would make their heads explode. Reply Thanks. I’m pretty new to competitive shooting, always like to learn. Reply Fellers, the message yeer a-sendin’ the world here is, Yee-ha lookee, I jist got me a pistol! And having shot with quite a few of you, I can confirm that. Speak English and tell the truth: have you ever had the unmitigated balls to try it? Some people contrive and cultivate ignorance to cover up a fear of inadequacy (others, of course, come to it naturally). I’m sure that’s not true of any of y’all born-again pistoleros, no sirree. It just looks and sounds that way. Reply Great sport, if you like a real challenge. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.