IPSC Handgun World Shoots

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An Australian competitor firing his handgun from a seated position during the 2013 IPSC Australasia Handgun Championship.
Practical Handgun
FormerlyPractical Pistol[1]
SportPractical shooting
FoundedIn the 1970's
Motto"Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas" (DVC), Latin for "precision, power, speed"
No. of teamsNational teams
CountryOver 100
Venue(s)Shooting ranges
ConfederationAfrican, Australasian, European and Pan-American Zones
Most recent
champion(s)
United States Ben Stoeger
(2017)
Most titlesFrance Eric Grauffel (7 times)
ClassificationICS (IPSC Classification System)
QualificationRegion dependent number of slots. Regional selection procedures.
Level on pyramid5
Domestic cup(s)National championships
Related
competitions
IPSC Rifle, Shotgun and Action Air World Shoots
Official websiteipsc.org
Current sports event 2020 IPSC Handgun World Shoot

The IPSC Handgun World Shoot is the highest level handgun match within the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) which consists of several days and at least 30 separate courses of fire.[2] The Handgun World Shoots are held triennially on a rotational cycle with the other two main IPSC disciplines Rifle and Shotgun.

World Shoot main matches are held over six days with five days of shooting and one rest day, making the competition a shooting marathon where strategy and mental focus is of critical importance.[3][4]

History[edit]

The first IPSC World Shoot was held in 1975 in Zurich, and the two following were held with one year intervals. After 1977 the World Shoots were held at two year intervals until 1983 when the schedule was changed to the three year intervals used today.

Until and including 1991 there were no equipment divisions, but equipment had gradually became more and more specialized with extended front sights, compensators and even optical sights. At the 1991 Handgun World Shoot in Adelaide, Australia, Doug Koenig of USA became the first competitor to win the World Shoot using a red dot sight. In the following 1993 Handgun World Shoot competitors would be divided into divisions based on the equipment, thereof whether the firearm had an optical sight and compensator (Open or Modified division) or iron sights (Standard division). In 1999 the Revolver and Production divisions were introduced, and became recognized divisions from January 2000, making their first appearance in World Level competition at the 2002 Handgun World Shoot. In 2011 the Modified division was retired to make room for the Classic division, in commemoration of the 1911 single stack which historically had been so important for IPSC Handgun and handgun shooting sports in general for many years.

List of Handgun World Shoots[edit]

Individual Champions[edit]

Eric Grauffel from France, seven time IPSC Handgun World Champion.

The following is a list of previous and current Handgun World Champions:[5]

Overall category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze World Shoot
1975 United States Ray Chapman Switzerland Paul Bakocs Rhodesia Lionel Smith World Shoot I
1976 Norway Jan Foss United States Ray Chapman Rhodesia Lionel Smith World Shoot II
1977 Rhodesia Dave Westerhout Rhodesia Peter Maunder United States Raul Walters World Shoot III
1979 South Africa Jimmy Von Sorgenfrei United States Raul Walters United States Ross Seyfried World Shoot IV
1981 United States Ross Seyfried United States John Shaw United States Mike Plaxco World Shoot V
1983 United States Rob Leatham United States John Shaw United States Mike Plaxco World Shoot VI
1986 United States Rob Leatham United States Jerry Barnhart United States John Shaw World Shoot VII
1988 United States Rob Leatham United States Chip McCormick United States John Dixon World Shoot VIII
1990 United States Doug Koenig United States Jerry Barnhart United States Rob Leatham World Shoot IX
1991 United States John Dixon South Africa Johnny Ioannou South Africa Jimmy von Sorgenfrei Individual World Championship
1993 Open Canada Matthew Mclearn United States Doug Koenig United States Michael Voigt World Shoot X
1993 Modified Switzerland Robert Buntschu United Kingdom R Bhella United States K Smith World Shoot X
1993 Standard United States Ted Bonnet United States Brian Enos Germany Max Wiegand World Shoot X
1996 Open United States Todd Jarrett United States Jerry Barnhart United States Rob Leatham World Shoot XI
1996 Modified United States Fred Craig Philippines Richard Daniel Kahler Philippines Richard Kahler World Shoot XI
1996 Standard United States Ted Bonnet United States Frank Garcia United States Jay Christy World Shoot XI
1999 Open France Eric Grauffel United States Todd Jarrett Philippines Jethro Dionisio World Shoot XII
1999 Modified Czech Republic Pavel Jasansky Philippines Enrico Papa Philippines Luis Lee World Shoot XII
1999 Standard United States Michael Voigt United States Frank William Garcia Italy Adriano Santarcangelo World Shoot XII
2002 Open France Eric Grauffel United States Todd Jarrett Australia Brodie McIntosh World Shoot XIII
2002 Modified South Africa Austen Stockbridge Philippines Jeufro Lejano Italy Edoardo Buticchi World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard United States Rob Leatham United States Michael Voigt United States Ron Avery World Shoot XIII
2002 Production United States David Sevigny Italy Paul Brocanelli Uruguay Guillermo Jude World Shoot XIII
2002 Revolver United States Jerry Miculek Switzerland Daniel Roch Italy Alain Marco Della Savia World Shoot XIII
2005 Open France Eric Grauffel United States Todd Jarrett Spain Jorge Ballesteros World Shoot XIV
2005 Modified Philippines Jeufro Jag Lejano Brazil Augusto Ribas Philippines Nelson Uygongco World Shoot XIV
2005 Standard United States Rob Leatham Uruguay Juan Carlos Jaime Diaz United States Travis Tomasie World Shoot XIV
2005 Production Czech Republic Adam Tyc United States Dave Sevigny United States Angus Hobdell World Shoot XIV
2005 Revolver United States Jerry Miculek Ecuador Ricardo López Tugendhat Netherlands Bjorn Dietrich World Shoot XIV
2008 Open France Eric Grauffel United States KC Eusebio United States Max Michel World Shoot XV
2008 Modified United States Jojo Vidanes Czech Republic Zdenek Henes United States Michael Voigt World Shoot XV
2008 Standard United States Travis Tomasie United States Blake J. Miguez United States Shannon Smith World Shoot XV
2008 Production Czech Republic Adam Tyc United States Matthew Mink United States Bob Vogel World Shoot XV
2008 Revolver Italy Andrea Todeschini Ecuador Ricardo López Tugendhat Philippines Phillipp A. Chua World Shoot XV
2011 Open France Eric Grauffel United States Simon Racaza United States KC Eusebio World Shoot XVI
2011 Modified Czech Republic Zdenek Henes Philippines Jerome Jovanne Morales United States Rob Leatham World Shoot XVI
2011 Standard United States Blake Miguez Argentina Juan Carlos Jaime United States Ted Puente World Shoot XVI
2011 Production United States Bob Vogel United States Ben Stoeger United States Matthew Mink World Shoot XVI
2011 Revolver Ecuador Ricardo López Tugendhat United States Jerry Miculek United States Matthew Griffin World Shoot XVI
2014 Open United States Max Michel United States Shane Coley Australia Brodie McIntosh World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard United States Nils Jonasson United States Bob Vogel United States Dave Sevigny World Shoot XVII
2014 Production France Eric Grauffel United States Simon Racaza United States Ben Stoeger World Shoot XVII
2014 Classic United States Rob Leatham Philippines Edward Rivera United States Todd Jarrett World Shoot XVII
2014 Revolver Ecuador Ricardo López Tugendhat United States Josh Lentz Philippines Phillipp Chua World Shoot XVII
2017 Open Spain Jorge Ballesteros United States Simon Racaza France Emile Obriot World Shoot XVIII
2017 Standard France Eric Grauffel United States Bob Vogel United States Nils Jonasson World Shoot XVIII
2017 Production United States Ben Stoeger Russia Pavel Torgashov Spain Eduardo de Cobos World Shoot XVIII
2017 Classic United States Elias Frangoulis Philippines Jeufro Emil Lejano Philippines Jethro Dionisio World Shoot XVIII
2017 Revolver United States Michael William Poggie Austria Gerald Reiter United States Joshua Lentz World Shoot XVIII

Lady category[edit]

From left to right: Ashley Rheuark, Lena Miculek and Maria Gushchina.
Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
1986 Canada Kerry Lathwell World Shoot VII
1988 United States Debbie James United States Judy Smith South Africa Inez Behrendt World Shoot VIII
1991 United Kingdom Collette Barnes South Africa Chanatel Accone South Africa Ursula Lund 1991 World Shoot
1993 Open United States Kay Clark Miculek United Kingdom Collette Barnes United States Kippi Boykin World Shoot X
1996 Open United States Kay Clark Miculek Philippines Mary Tan South Africa Chantal Accone World Shoot XI
1999 Open Philippines Athena Lee Philippines Mary Grace Tan South Africa Chantal Tam World Shoot XII
1999 Standard United States Debbie Keehart World Shoot XII
2002 Open Philippines Kaye Cabalatungan Philippines Athena Lee Austria Gabriele Kraushofer World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard United States Sharon Zaffiro South Africa Joey Fischer Czech Republic Michaela Horejsi World Shoot XIII
2002 Production United States Debbie Keehart World Shoot XIII
2005 Open Austria Gabriele Kraushofer United States Kay Clark Miculek Australia Linda Blowers World Shoot XIV
2005 Standard Germany Petra Tutschke United States Julie Golob Czech Republic Michaela Horejsi World Shoot XIV
2008 Open United States Athena Lee Austria Gabriele Kraushofer Slovakia Katerina Sustrova World Shoot XV
2008 Standard Australia Claire Giles Philippines Jannette Gonzaga Austria Birgit Gruber World Shoot XV
2008 Production Philippines Ma. Inez F. Jorge Thailand Oryza Shelley De Leon Philippines Andrea Gasic World Shoot XV
2011 Open Australia Karla Blowers United States Megan Francisco United States Jessie Duff World Shoot XVI
2011 Standard United States Randi Rogers United States Tori Nonaka United States Lisa Munson World Shoot XVI
2011 Production Russia Maria Gushchina United States Julie Golob United States Sara Dunivin World Shoot XVI
2014 Open Australia Karla Blowers Czech Republic Martina Sera United States Kaci Cochran World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard Norway Hilde Nakling United States Tori Nonaka United States Randi Rogers World Shoot XVII
2014 Production Russia Maria Gushchina Switzerland Christine Burkhalter United States Julie Golob World Shoot XVII
2014 Classic France Anne Fonder Philippines Leonora Darte Brazil Bruna Mirandola World Shoot XVII
2017 Open Australia Karla Blowers United States Jessie Duff United States Kaci Lynn Cochran World Shoot XVIII
2017 Standard Switzerland Christine Burkhalter United States Ashley Rheuark Norway Hilde Nakling World Shoot XVIII
2017 Production Russia Maria Gushchina Italy Violetta Boehm United States Randi Rogers World Shoot XVIII
2017 Classic United States Julie Golob Serbia Jelena Savkovic Philippines Grace Tamayo World Shoot XVIII
2017 Revolver Russia Vera Treskova Russia Olga Kuznetsova Russia Daria Zharkova World Shoot XVIII

Junior category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
1990 Australia Suzy Ballantyne World Shoot IX
1996 Open Philippines Jeufro Lejano France Eric Grauffel Philippines Roger Dy World Shoot XI
1999 Open France Eric Grauffel United States Max Michel Philippines Stephen Hinojales World Shoot XII
2002 Open United States Chris Tilley Czech Republic Martin Kamenicek Jr Spain Jorge Ballesteros World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard United States Paul Clark Jnr Czech Republic David Richtr Guatemala Giocondo Granai World Shoot XIII
2005 Open United States Chris Tilley United States BJ Norris United States KC Eusebio World Shoot XIV
2005 Standard Czech Republic Zdenek Liehne Ecuador Carlos Palma Czech Republic Zdenek Svelha Jr World Shoot XIV
2005 Production Czech Republic Adam Tyc Ecuador Galo Moreira Guatemala Luis Gonzalez World Shoot XIV
2008 Open United States KC Eusebio United States Brad Balsley United States Shane Coley World Shoot XV
2008 Standard Ecuador Carlos Palma Italy Paolo Montera Finland Risto Hirvikallio World Shoot XV
2008 Production Ecuador Galo Moreira Icaza Argentina Gustavo Liwko Slovakia Andrej Hrnciarik World Shoot XV
2011 Open United States Shane Coley Australia Rhys Arthur United States Ben Thompson World Shoot XVI
2011 Standard United States Matthew Sweeney Italy Davide Bergami Brazil Victor Dalmeida Arruda World Shoot XVI
2011 Production Slovakia Andrej Hrnciarik Czech Republic Pavel Torgashov Philippines Diomari Ivan Tayag World Shoot XVI
2014 Open Finland Simo Partanen United States Kincaid Ross Philippines Edcel John Gino World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard Philippines Michael Ron Ligon Indonesia Vincentius Djajadiningrat Brazil Gabriel Barbosa World Shoot XVII
2014 Production Russia Pavel Torgashov United States Jacob Hetherington United States Jason Katz World Shoot XVII
2017 Open Brazil Mauro Kenji Murakami United States Clement Caesar Ho Thailand Dangdee Hongdalud World Shoot XVIII
2017 Standard Philippines Kahlil Adrian Viray Philippines Rolly Nathaniel Tecson Brazil Mario Batista Neto World Shoot XVIII
2017 Production Russia Nikita Nemykin France Baptiste Felt Russia Danila Pakhomov World Shoot XVIII

Senior category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
1996 Open United States Allan Zitta South Africa Paul Bromfield United Kingdom Martyn Speirs World Shoot XI
2002 Open Czech Republic Miroslav Kamenicek France Alain Tarrade France Philippe Gibert World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard South Africa Colin Amm Argentina Ricardo Gentile Switzerland Peter Kressibucher World Shoot XIII
2002 Modified South Africa Roger Stockbridge South Africa Carlo Belletti South Africa Dok Dokter World Shoot XIII
2005 Open Czech Republic Miroslav Kamenicek Canada Frank Koch Jamaica Anthony Johnson World Shoot XIV
2005 Modified Italy Mario Riillo Czech Republic Vaclav Martinek Ecuador Roberto Gilbert World Shoot XIV
2005 Standard Italy Esterino Magli Argentina Ricardo Gentile Switzerland Peter Kressibucher World Shoot XIV
2005 Production Philippines Daniel Torrevillas United States John Michael France Slovakia Štefan Ács World Shoot XIV
2005 Revolver United States Jerry Miculek Czech Republic Lumir Safranek United States Patrick Sweeney World Shoot XIV
2008 Open Italy Mario Riillo Czech Republic Miroslav Kamenicek France Thierry Obriot World Shoot XV
2008 Modified Italy Gavino Mura Hong Kong Kwok Kwong Tong Spain Antonio Gracia Infante World Shoot XV
2008 Standard Italy Esterino Magli Brazil Lucimar Oliveira Philippines Marlon G. Valencia World Shoot XV
2008 Production Philippines Wilfredo Div Anglo Philippines Daniel Torrevillas South Africa Robert Hopper World Shoot XV
2008 Revolver Czech Republic Zdenek Nemecek Czech Republic Lumir Safranek Thailand Tavesak Singsomboon World Shoot XV
2011 Open Switzerland Patrik Schneider South Africa Hubert Thomas Montgomery Austria Guenther Weber World Shoot XVI
2011 Modified United States Rob Leatham United States Michael Voigt Germany Juergen Flass World Shoot XVI
2011 Standard Brazil Lucimar Domingues Oliveira Austria Gottfried Post Italy Salvatore Simula World Shoot XVI
2011 Production Switzerland Peter Heller Philippines Wilfredo Anglo Italy Francesco Servodio World Shoot XVI
2011 Revolver United States Jerry Miculek Czech Republic Zdeněk Němeček Austria Hermann Kirchweger World Shoot XVI
2014 Open United States Michael Voigt Italy Paolo Andrea Ravizzini Philippines Nelson Uygongco World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard United States Emmanuel Bragg Italy Adriano Santarcangelo United States Ron Avery World Shoot XVII
2014 Production United States Frank Garcia Brazil Guga Ribas United States Gilbert Perez World Shoot XVII
2014 Classic United States Rob Leatham United States Todd Jarrett France Michel Nestolat World Shoot XVII
2014 Revolver Austria Hermann Kirchweger Czech Republic Zdenek Nemecek United States Jess Christensen World Shoot XVII
2017 Open Belgium Frank Witters Spain Jose Zanon Blasco Italy Daniele Barbizzi World Shoot XVIII
2017 Standard United States Emanuel Bragg Austria Reinhard Handl Italy Adriano Ciro Santarcangelo World Shoot XVIII
2017 Production Slovakia Jan Palka United States Frank William Garcia United States Angus Hobdell World Shoot XVIII
2017 Classic Italy Edoardo Buticchi Thailand Narongsak Kaewmuangpet Italy Guido Ciccarelli World Shoot XVIII
2017 Revolver Brazil Moacir de Azevedo Germany Markus Schneider Sweden Olof Lindskog World Shoot XVIII

Super Senior category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2008 Open France Philippe Gibert France Alain Tarrade South Africa Carlo Belletti World Shoot XV
2008 Standard Germany Max Sen. Wiegand Brazil Antonio Vaghi United States Paul Clark World Shoot XV
2008 Production Spain Teodoro Rios Marrero Australia Colin Smith Australia Bob Sully World Shoot XV
2011 Open Canada Michael Auger Brazil Jose Josias Lucena Ferreira Czech Republic Miroslav Kamenicek World Shoot XVI
2011 Standard Switzerland Peter Kressibucher Canada Robbin Hudson Austria Hubert Muhlbacher World Shoot XVI
2011 Production Germany Max Wiegand United Kingdom Bob Dunkley South Africa Gerrit Dokter World Shoot XVI
2014 Open France Thierry Obriot Italy Giovanni Furio Liberti Jamaica Anthony Johnson World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard Italy Esterino Magli United States Johnny Brister Argentina Ricardo Gentile World Shoot XVII
2014 Production Czech Republic Miroslav Kamenicek Brazil Mauro Thompson Philippines Edwin Gotamco World Shoot XVII
2014 Classic Philippines Daniel Torrevillas United Kingdom Robert Edward Dunkley Canada Randy Fisher World Shoot XVII
2014 Revolver United States Aysen Elliot Czech Republic Lumir Safranek United States Tony Hyatt World Shoot XVII
2017 Open France Thierry Obriot Thailand Wat Srijinta-Angkul France Philippe Gibert World Shoot XVIII
2017 Standard Italy Esterino Magli Brazil Lucimar Domingues Oliveira Philippines Israelito Pible World Shoot XVIII
2017 Production Germany Heribert Bettermann South Africa Rob Hopper Germany Max Wiegand World Shoot XVIII
2017 Classic France Joel Gerard Canada Randy Fisher Denmark Gert Erling Hansen World Shoot XVIII

Teams[edit]

Teams can consist of up to four athletes, with the three highest individual scores counting for the team results.

Overall teams[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
1975 World Shoot I
1976 World Shoot II
1977  Rhodesia
100.00 % 8776.064 points
 United States
99.53 % 8735.054 points
 South Africa
88.98 % 7808.542 points
World Shoot III
1979 World Shoot IV
1981 World Shoot V
1983  United States
100.00 %
World Shoot VI
1986 World Shoot VII
1988  United States
100.00 %
 Austria  United Kingdom World Shoot VIII
1990  United States World Shoot IX
1993 Open  United States
100.00 % 10574.2874 points
 South Africa
89.09 % 9420.5502 points
 United Kingdom
87.59 % 9261.8333 points
World Shoot X
1996 Open World Shoot XI
1999 Open World Shoot XII
2002 Open World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard United States
100.00 % 8471.4458 points
- Rob Leatham,
- Michael Voigt,
- Ron Avery,
- Phil Strader
 South Africa
91.17 % 7723.0008 points
- Fabian Scott,
- Nick du Plessis,
- Gary Haltmann,
- Paul van Wyk
 Italy
87.88 % 7444.9984 points
- Adriano Ciro Santarcangel,
- Guido Ciccarelli,
- Valter Tranquilli,
- Esterino Magli (DQ)
World Shoot XIII
2005 Open World Shoot XIV
2008 Revolver  Italy
100.00 % 6887.00 points
- Andrea Todeschini,
- Igor Rosa Brusin,
- Luca Ricciardi,
- Claudio Zambonin
World Shoot XV
2011 Open World Shoot XVI
2014 Open  United States
100.00 % 6544.1614 points
- Max Michel,
- Shane Coley,
- KC Eusebio,
- Chris Tilley
 Czech Republic
93.79 % 6137.5093 points
- Martin Kamenicek,
- Miroslav Havlicek,
- Zdenek Henes
 Australia
93.60 % 6125.3867 points
- Brodie McIntosh,
- Nick Kapor,
- Gareth Graham,
- David McConachie
World Shoot XVII
2014 Standard  United States
100.00 % 6685.2494 points
- Nils Jonasson,
- Bob Vogel,
- Dave Sevigny,
- Emanuel Bragg
 Italy
91.74 % 6132.9641 points
- Cosimo Panetta,
- Gregorio Tassone,
- Max Bragagnolo,
- Giulio Del Rosario
 Spain
87.51 % 5850.5001 points
- Juan Carlos Jaime Diaz,
- Gorka Ibanez,
- Jesus Ferreiro,
- David Davite
World Shoot XVII
2014 Production  United States
100.00 % 6679.5259 points
- Simon Racaza,
- Ben Stoeger,
- Matthew Mink
 Czechia
94.53 % 6313.8761 points
- Robin Sebo,
- Zdenek Liehne,
- Miroslav Zapletal,
- Michal Stepan
 France
90.49 % 6044.1766 points
- Eric Grauffel,
- Louis Adrien Guichard,
- Mathieu Lavergne,
- Baptiste Felt
World Shoot XVII
2014 Classic  United States
100.00 % 6346.8120 points
- Rob Leatham,
- Todd Jarrett,
- Gary Byerly,
- Keith Dilworth
 Philippines
99.95 % 6343.9388 points
- Edward Rivera,
- Wilfredo Jr Martin,
- Jerome Morales,
- William Magalong
 Italy
96.47 % 6122.8449 points
- Edoardo Buticchi,
- Roberto Vezzoli,
- Mauro Di Prospero,
- Mario Piccioni
World Shoot XVII
2014 Revolver  United States
100.00 % 6184.8829 points
- Josh Lentz,
- David Olhasso,
- Cliff Walsh,
- Elliot Aysen
 Austria
96.13 % 5945.4234 points
- Gerald Reiter,
- Hermann Kirchweger,
- Reinhard Handl,
- Robert Kroiss
 Brazil
91.93 % 5685.5642 points
- Moacyr Azevedo,
- Wagner Almeida,
- Daniel Polverini,
- Rogerio Rosas
World Shoot XVII

Lady teams[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
1975 World Shoot I
1976 World Shoot II
1977 World Shoot III
1979 World Shoot IV
1981 World Shoot V
1983 World Shoot VI
1986 World Shoot VII
1988 World Shoot VIII
1990 World Shoot IX
1993 Open  United States
100.00 % 4738.5045 points
 United Kingdom
94.30 % 4468.4663 points
 South Africa
92.06 % 4362.2500 points
World Shoot X
1996 Open World Shoot XI
1999 Open World Shoot XII
2002 Open World Shoot XIII
2002 Standard  United States
100.00 %
World Shoot XIII
2005 Open World Shoot XIV
2008 Open World Shoot XV
2011 Open World Shoot XVI
2014 Open World Shoot XVII

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ International Practical Shooting Confederation - IPSC Shooting Principles and Rules - Pistol - February 1989 - Edition 8.1
  2. ^ IPSC.org :: IPSC Match Ratings
  3. ^ EYE ON THE TARGET: Karla aims for next international title | Fraser Coast Chronicle
  4. ^ PressReader.com - Connecting People Through News
  5. ^ "IPSC History of Champions", accessed February 11, 2015.

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