Revolver shooting at FRPC is a healthy and growing competitive activity. We are an affiliated club under the International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts (ICORE) and hold local matches at least three times a year. This discipline shares similarities with IPSC, but shooters are restricted to using Revolvers.

Participants in this discipline must be holster-qualified. If you are not a member of FRPC, you will need to have a current Black Badge or be a current member IDPA or USPSA. If your credentials / training have lapsed, contact us and we will request that you demonstrate basic action-shooting safety skills before you can participate in a match.

If you are a member of FRPC, you need to have had holster training as above, or shoot CQB, or have shot regularly on Tuesday night / Sunday morning 'Summer action-pistol format' on C-range.

What you will need:

  1. a revolver of .32 magnum caliber or larger.
  2. a holster that securely holds your firearm and covers the trigger guard area. The holster must be attached to your gun belt.
  3. Sufficient loaders or moon clips to hold 24 rounds.


If you wish more information you can look at the Canadian ICORE website (https://www.icore-canada.ca), the main ICORE website (http://www.icore.org) or contact Steve by email (ssrs3350@gmail.com).

You may also want to check the ICORE Canada match schedule here: https://icore-canada.ca/calendar.php.

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