Speed Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun
The object of a speed event is to shoot the predetermined course of fire for each type of firearm in the fastest time possible. Shooters are penalized for misses and procedures. The fasted time at the end of the day is the winner
Pocket Pistols and Derringers
A pocket pistol is a small frame, fixed sight, pre-1900 design revolver having a barrel length of four inches or less. Pocket pistols must be .31 caliber or larger. Model “P” Colts and clones and revolvers with swing out cylinders are specifically not allowed regardless of caliber, frame size, or barrel length. Pocket pistols may not be used as or converted to main match revolvers.
A Derringer is defined as an external hammer, fixed sight, breech loading or percussion ignition, small frame pre-1900 design firearm having one to four barrels up to three and on-half inches long. Derringers must be .22 caliber or larger. The Remington style over/under barrel configuration and the Sharps four-barreled Pepperbox are typical SASS-legal Derringers.
22 Magnum ammunition is not allowed.