© International Police Association Pistol Club (Ireland)
The National Executive Committee of IPA (Ireland Section) has endorsed the Pistol Club as a National IPA Club within this Section. It was formally launched as the International Police Association Pistol Club Ireland at the National Council meeting on the 4th June 2008. The aims of the Pistol Club are to provide organised events for members of the IPA (Ireland Section) who are pistol and revolver enthusiasts and to promote and encourage interaction with like minded enthusiasts from other IPA sections around the world.
Since its inception some of our Pistol Club members have travelled to a number of Shooting Ranges where they had very enjoyable, educational and informative days of shooting.
- Northern Ireland - IPSC Shooting & Training
- Italy - Police Pistol Competition
- Malta - IPSC Shooting Competition
- Jersey Island - Club Outing to Local Club
- World Police Fire Games
The Club is open to new members all year round. Any person who is a member of the Internaconal Police Association and is a serving or reserve member of An Garda Síochána or a retired member of An Garda Síochána or a serving member of retired member of another police force living in Ireland are welcome to join.
There is an annual fee of €55 to be paid by members, and when the first application is made a passport size photo and proof of insurance will also have to be forwarded. Membership allows members to participate in events organised throughout the year and also allows members to shoot on a number of ranges throughout the country. A range fee will have to be paid to the range owner by members using these ranges.
The 4 founding members: Alan Lynch, Neil O’Malley, Noel Horgan & Pat Donnelly
- Garda Authorised Pistol Club (Pulse Ready)
- Compete at 10 IPAPC Events Per Annum
- Partake in Training Courses
- Avail of Cheaper Insurance / Shooting Fees
- Compete in NASRPC Competitions
- Shoot International at Police Events
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