Bullseye Pistol


Tuesday; 7 PM – 9 PM (October – April)
Friday; 5 PM – 9 PM (October – April)


Eric Vincent


Bullseye pistol shooting is one of the most popular shooting sports. These courses of fire emphasize the development of competition bullseye pistol shooting skills. Competitive bullseye shooting is also known as “conventional pistol.” The precision required in bullseye shooting helps to hone your trigger control and concentration skills. These skills will be of great value if you decide to move on to action pistol shooting. While some shooters may prefer the course of fire that emphasizes stage (slow, timed, and rapid fire) skill development, others may prefer the course that stresses aggregate (total score) skill development. Both are provided so you can shoot the course of fire that is right for you.

  • Pistols and Revolvers: Any safe rimfire, centerfire revolver or semi-automatic pistol may be used.
  • Sights: Metallic, telescopic, or electronic sights are permitted, with the exception of any sight that projects an image onto the target.
  • Position: The conventional “bullseye” pistol qualification is fired from the standing position using one hand.


West Michigan Pistol League – The league consists of 16 postal matches fired December – April. The course of fire is 20 shots slow fire, National Match course (10 slow fire, 10 timed fire, 10 rapid fire), 20 timed fire, and 20 rapid fire.


NRA Approved 2700 – January 21, 2024, 9 AM; February 25, 2024, 9 AM; March 24, 2024, 9 AM.

Scopos’ Smallbore Pistol (Individual and 2 Person Teams) – Occurs Monthly.

Additional matches are held periodically throughout the year. These matches will be added to the club calendar.