This is a challenging Centrefire match in which drawing from the holster and a minimum power factor of 120 is involved.
The competition requires a normal set of five rapid-fire turning targets on a 25m range the firing line is actually on the 22.85m [25 yards] with barricades similar to those for Service Pistol, set forward from the 25m line.
WA1500 is one of the Service Match disciplines available to club members and is the most recent addition to matches shot on the St Ives Pistol Club range.
The Veteran Service Pistol match was developed by the late Sid Marriot of St Ives Pistol Club. The objective of the Veteran Pistol Service Match is to encourage the interest in and mastery of pre-1946 former Military, Service and Police pistols from around the world.