What is it?
Practical shooting is an umbrella term for a number of discrete disciplines that involve dynamic shooting of both paper and reactive targets against the clock with the score being a function of both better accuracy and lower time.
Practical when shot at the Chesil Tunnel range uses pistol calibre and .22lr firearms on both static paper and reactive targets that fall over or move when shot. The targets are arranged in courses-of-fire that are designed to test different aspects of a shooters skillset such as speed, precision and problem solving so every course-of-fire hold a different challenge for participants.
IVSC has an active group of participants who shoot weekly at the Chesil Tunnel and also have links out to other practical shooting organisations ranging from practical shotgun in the UK to 3Gun in the USA.