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quinta-feira, 28 de junho de 2012

Pistol Shooting Events at the Olympic Games - Part III


PISTOL events
The competition consists in a qualification and a final round.
During the qualification stages, shots are fired at a 10-ring target in a given time.
The best 8 shooters qualify and move to the final round (6 finalists in the Rapid Fire Pistol Men event only).
During the final round, the 10 rings of the target are sub-divided into ten “decimal” score zones; the highest score possible is 10.9 points (excpet for the Rapid Fire Pistol Men event, which a "hit-or-miss" logic is used to determin scores).
The final score is added to the qualification score to determinate the total scores and the final rankings (excpet for the Rapid Fire Pistol Men event, which a "hit-or-miss" logic is used to determin scores in the final).

50m Pistol Men
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATION
60 shots fired in Standing position
- Prior to the first competition shot, any number of sighting shots may be fired.
- Shots are fired within a time limit of 120 minutes.
WHO QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL?
The 8 best shooters enter the final
- The 8 shooters with the highest “Qualification score” enter the final
FINAL
10 shots fired in Standing position
- Shots are fired on command within a time limit of 75 seconds per shot.
- Each shot is evaluated in decimal tenths.
WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest “Total score” wins
“Qualification” and “Final” scores are added to determinate the “Total score”.
TARGET
The Target is placed 50 meters far from the shooter’s stand
The target is divided into 10 rings
10 RING DIAMETER
50 mm (about 2 inches)
The 10 ring is not wider then a small espresso cup.
GUN
Single loaded, small bore pistol in 5.6mm (.22”) calibre.
- A well fitting grip is used but this must not touch any part of the wrist
- No restriction on weight, dimension or trigger pull
SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted.
- No optical sights are used
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATION
STAGE 1
2 Series of 5 Shot, each fired in 8 seconds
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2 Series of 5 Shot, each fired in 6 Seconds
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2 Series of 5 Shots, each, fired in 4 second
QUALIFICATION
STAGE 2
2 Series of 5 Shot, each fired in 8 seconds
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2 Series of 5 Shot, each fired in 6 Seconds
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2 Series of 5 Shots, each, fired in 4 second
WHO QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL?
The 6 best shooters enter the final
The qualification score does not count in the final
FINAL
- Consists of 8 series
- Each finalist fires 4 Series of 5 shots
- From the 4th Series on, after each series the shooter with the lowest score leaves the match, right to the 8th series, when the last two shooters duel for Gold.
- In case of ties, direct-elimination shoot-offs will be conducted
- Each series (5 shots) must be fired in rapid sequence within a maximum of 4 seconds.
- Each shot is evaluated as a “hit” or a “miss”.
WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest number of hits wins the match
The “Final Score” is the number of total hits scored.
TARGETS
5 different targets placed 75 cm apart, 25 meters far from the shooter’s stand
The “HIT” ring on the target surface corresponds to 9.7 points or better
"HIT" RING DIAMETER
Corresponds to 9.7 points or better
This is the only Shooting Sport Olympic event using an “hit or miss” logic
GUN
Rapid Fire Pistol in 5.6mm (.22”) calibre, with a five-shot magazine
- Maximum weight of 1400 grams
- Minimum triggers pull weight of 1000 grams
- The pistol must be capable of fitting into a box of 300 x 150 x 50 mm
- The pistol grip has various restrictions on shape and dimensions and must not touch any part of the wrist
SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted.
- No optical sights are used
25m Pistol Women
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATION 1
Precision Stage
6 Series of 5 Shots each, fired in standing position
- A time of 5 minute is given to fire each series.
-Shots are fired on a Precision Target (see below)
QUALIFICATION 2
Rapid Fire Stage
6 series of 5 shots each, fired in standing position
- A time of 3 second is given to fire each shot, with a break of 7 second between the series.
- Shots are fired on a Rapid Fire Target (see below)
WHO QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL?
The 8 best shooters enter the final
-The scores gained in the two qualification stages are added to obtain the “qualification score”.
FINAL
4 Series of 5 shot each, fired in standing position
- A time of 3 second is given to fire each shot.
- Each shot is evaluated in decimal tenths.
WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest “Total score” wins
“Qualification” and “Final” scores are added to determinate the “Total score”.
PRECISION TARGET
Single target placed 25 meters far from the shooter’s stand
10 Ring diameter: 50 mm
RAPID FIRE TARGET
Single target placed 25 meters far from the shooter’s stand
10 Ring diameter: 100 mm
GUN
Pistol in 5.6mm (.22 long rifle) calibre, with a five-shot magazine
- Maximum weight of 1400 grams
- Minimum triggers pull weight of 1000 grams
- The pistol must be capable of fitting into a box of 300 x 150 x 50 mm
- The pistol grip has various restrictions on shape and dimensions and must not touch any part of the wrist
SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted.
No optical sights are used
10m Air Pistol Men
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATION
60 shots fired in Standing position
- Prior to the first competition shot, any number of sighting shots may be fired.
- Shots are fired within a time limit of 105 minutes.
WHO QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL?
The 8 best shooters enter the final
- The 8 shooters with the highest “Qualification score” enter the final.
FINAL
10 shots fired in Standing position
- Shots are fired on command within a time limit of 75 seconds per shot.
- Each shot is evaluated in decimal tenths.
WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest “Total score” wins
“Qualification” and “Final” scores are added to determinate the “Total score”.
TARGET
The Target is placed 10 meters far from the shooter’s stand
The target is divided into 10 rings.
10 RING DIAMETER
11,5 mm (about 0,45 inches)
The 10 ring is smaller then a eurocent or a dollar cent coin
GUN
Single loaded pistol in 4.5mm (.177”) calibre
- Maximum weight of 1500 g
- The trigger pull must be a minimum of 500 g.
- The pistol grip must not go past the hand nor touch any part of the wrist.
- The pellet is propelled by air either by an external level or by pre-compressed air or CO2 cylinder.
SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted.
- No optical sights are used
10m Air Pistol Women
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATION
40 shots fired in Standing position
- Prior to the first competition shot, any number of sighting shots may be fired.
- Shots are fired within a time limit of 75 minutes.
WHO QUALIFY FOR THE FINAL?
The 8 best shooters enter the final
- The 8 shooters with the highest “Qualification score” enter the final.
FINAL
10 shots fired in Standing position
- Shots are fired on command within a time limit of 75 seconds per shot.
- Each shot is evaluated in decimal tenths.
WHO WINS THE MATCH?
The shooter who totalizes the highest “Total score” wins
“Qualification” and “Final” scores are added to determinate the “Total score”.
TARGET
The Target is placed 10 meters far from the shooter’s stand
The target is divided into 10 rings.
10 RING DIAMETER
11,5 mm (about 0,45 inches)
The 10 ring is smaller then a eurocent or a dollar cent coin
GUN
Single loaded pistol in 4.5mm (.177”) calibre
- Maximum weight of 1500 g
- The trigger pull must be a minimum of 500 g.
- The pistol grip must not go past the hand nor touch any part of the wrist.
- The pellet is propelled by air either by an external level or by pre-compressed air or CO2 cylinder.
SIGHTS
Only open sights are permitted.
- No optical sights are used
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