The Police Pistol Competition (PPC) has developed over the years from police firearms training into a sport enjoyed by civilians as well as law enforcement officers. The discipline involves shooting targets from various distances (3, 7, 15, 25 and 50 yards) under time constraints from a variety of positions. The focus of PPC shooting is on accuracy within a defined time allotment for each course of fire.
Several different types of firearms can be used in PPC shooting based on a classification system. Center fire Revolvers and Pistols only, must be used in this sport.
This discipline takes place downrange and is open to all holster certified shooters. There is a BRRC PPC holster certification course available to the membership. These courses are run throughout the year based on demand.
The PPC Section is active in inter-league competition with many other gun clubs within Southern Ontario.