Managed by: Gus Hartl

Waterloo County Revolver Association
2019 Outdoor PPC Match

Dates: Saturday – MAY 25, 2019. Range open at 09:00

Pre-shoot will be the Thursday prior to the match, 23 MAY 2019, for those who cannot attend on SAT. ONE RELAY ONLY AT 10:30

Location: The Waterloo County Revolver Association is located at #2278 Synder’s Road East (formerly Regional Road 8). Kitchener, Ontario. The range facilities are located 45 minutes west of Mississauga Road / Hwy 401. Exit Hwy 401 using the Hwy 8 Kitchener/Waterloo exit.

Take Hwy 8 and merge onto Hwy 7 West/Stratford. Exit Hwy 7 on Trussler Road, North exit. Turn left on
Synder’s Road. East.

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Range Burlington will be hosting a Police Pistol Combat match on April 7th, 2019 at our indoor facility located at 1540 King Rd, Burlington, Ontario, L7P5A5.

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This match is open to anyone who is holster qualified.

The 1200 PPC match will consist of a double 600 match to be fired on B-27 and B-34 targets. Service matches will consist of 48 rounds to be fired on a single B-27.

Please note; Custom Colt (or similar pistols) Smith and Wesson Model 52 and PPC 9’s (Sig X5, X6) will not be allowed in the spirit of the service match and revolvers should have standard factory barrels of 5 inches or less.

We will have new classes that allow optical devices for both the 1200 PPC and Service matches.

Please note that service matches may be fired as many times as you like with only your best score being entered for prizes.

The double 600 match is open to both semi-autos and revolvers. Ground cover at the 25 yard stage will be provided; forward line and equipment rules will be enforced.

Competitors will score all targets off the line in the lounge.

After the match we will have a 50-50 “Steel Plate Challenge”. Shoot five steel plates at 15 yards with a service pistol or revolver for $2.00; winner takes half the pot, the other half goes to the club. Maximum six rounds per magazine.

Sunday April 7th, 2019.

Registration opens at noon.

The first relay will begin at 1 pm. Relays will be scheduled as soon as possible once you are registered, and will
continue until 6 p.m.


The cost will be $15.00 for the 1200 match, $10.00 for the first service match and $5.00 for re-shoots.

Awards will be based on the Lewis system with cash prizes dependent on the number of participants.


For questions or details, contact the BRRC PPC Director,

We look forward to seeing you at this match and on the circuit.
Andre DeLoos, PPC Director, Range Burlington.