Police Pistol Combat

Unfortunately, Chabot Gun Club’s lease was not renewed by the East Bay Regional Park District and the marksmanship range is now permanently closed. We thank all of our tens of thousands of patrons for your support for more than fifty years at this important facility. There are no plans to open up at another location at this time, although we still are open to suggestions.

PPC Program Information:

When: 2nd Sunday every month
Where:  Range 4
How Much:  $6.00 and up.
Activity Manager:  Erik Scott

Special Instructions:  Open to both Law Enforcement and non – Law Enforcement Personnel. Minimum age: 18.

Police Pistol Combat or PPC is a regularly held competition that is on the 2nd Sunday of each month on range 4.  All weather, rain or shine.   This is the starting point for a pistol shooter who wishes to shoot “from the holster.”

Equipment requirements:  handgun, semi-auto or revolver, 9mm through .45, serviceable holster, speed loaders or spare magazines (4 minimum, no maximum), spare magazine carrier or speed loader pouch, hearing and eye protection.

Courses of fire are fixed time and distance shot on NRA B27 & B27a silhouette targets.

Police Pistol Combat

Fees: 

$6.00 for 60 round relays and Security / C.C.W. Course of Fire.
$12.00 for 150 round relays

Signups start between 9 and 9:30 am at the STAT office by range 5.  1st relay starts at 9:30am. Trophies and award points are given for winners each and every month. First time shooters will have coaching assistant assigned to them to aid and assist.

Schedule 2016:

Jan 10        Feb 14      Mar 13       Apr 10

May 8         June 12     July 10     Aug 14

Sept 11       Oct 9           Nov 13     Dec 11          

SECURITY / C.C.W. COURSE OF FIRE!

This new course of fire is taken from the State Mandated course for Security Officers and civilian CCW holders.  It’s fast and close with one handed shooting and lots of reloads. .22’s may be used in this stage since they are permitted in the CCW rules. It’s well suited to the first time as well as the more experienced shooter.

Stage 1 – 15 yds.   6 rds in 30 seconds, any standing position.
Stage 2 –  7 yds.  14 rds in 45 seconds, incl. 2 reloads of 6, 6, & 2; 6 standing & 8 kneeling.
Stage 3 –  7 yds.    6 rds in 10 seconds, any position
Stage 4 –  7 yds.  12 rds in 25 seconds, incl. 1 reload of 6: 6 from strong hand & 6 from weak hand both unsupported.
Stage 5 –  5 yds   6 rds: 3 rds in 4 seconds in 2 stages
Stage 6 –  3 yds   6 rds: 2 rds in 3 seconds in 3 stages

FLETC COURSE OF FIRE!

For Northern California’s Federal contract guard PSO program!

Non-Federal PSO’s must have experience drawing from the holster.

Equipment needed: duty style firearm, duty style holster, three (3) magazines & 50 rounds factory ammunition.

 

 

 

Management reserves the right to refuse admission, control occupancy or remove anyone whose conduct is deemed by management to be disorderly or who fails to comply with any safety regulation.