Competitions


Divisions


The Pyramyd Air Cup will have competitions over the following 4 divisions:

  1. Pro PCP Division: The Pro PCP Division is open to any person associated with any company, promoter or manufacturer of airguns or airgun accessories.  Also, any competitor who has placed higher than 3rd in any organized airgun competition in the past two years. Competitors in this division must use a PCP airgun.
  2. Sportsman PCP Division: Open to all competitors who are not classified as Pro PCP Division. Competitors in this division must use a PCP airgun.
  3. Pro Springer Division: The Pro Springer Division is open to any person associated with any company, promoter or manufacturer of airguns or airgun accessories.  Also, any competitor who has placed higher than 3rd in any organized airgun competition in the past two years. Competitors in this division must use a spring or gas piston airgun.
  4. Sportsman Springer Division: Open to all competitors who are not classified as Pro Springer Division. Competitors in this division must use a spring or gas piston airgun.

 


Competitions


 

  1. Silhouette Competition: The Silhouette Competition will include the  following 2 competitions:
      • Gunslinger Competition: 5This fast-draw competition combines speed and accuracy for a fun and challenging event.  Competitors,  paired up against each other, must knock down the designated targets (standard 1/10 scale NRA Chicken, Pig, Turkey and Ram targets) at varying distances in the shortest time possible.  Winners keep advancing until they post 2 losses in the relay.
      • Offhand Competition: In this timed event, competitors will only have 5 minutes to knock down 16 standard 1/10 scale NRA metal targets that include the ram, turkey, chicken and pig. With only one shot allowed per target, accuracy is the name of the game.
                            For all Silhouette Competition rules click here.
  2. Field Target: Spanning over the course of the entire weekend, the Field Target Competition will cover Open, Hunter and WFTF matches.  Whether you are positioned in prone, kneeling, sitting, or standing – the late October wind and weather conditions will make striking the “hit zone” that much more challenging.
                          For all Field Target Competition rules click here.
  3. PayDay Challenge: Competitors in this event will test their skills to hit targets at varying distances for a chance to win $200!
                           For all PayDay Challenge details and rules click here.

42 thoughts on “Competitions

  1. I would like to participate in competition but iam from India.

    Please let me know how can i participate.

    Thanks and take care.
    Mahesh

  2. I would like to bring 6 shooters. We shoot 3P air competitions and this sounds like fun. I would need to fire late morning or early afternoon on Saturday the 25th as we will be traveling from the northwestern side of the state. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Tom McBrayer
    LTC(ret) USAR
    SAI, Kenton High School
    419-673-5693

  3. Hi, I live in Akron and would like to compete, but i only have co2 rifles. can i shoot in the pcp class ? This is a good thing you’re doing, i’ve often wondered why you didn’t sponser matches and set up a club in the area. i think having a club would definitely be beneficial to your business.

    peace
    kj

  4. on the silhouette gunslinger event…i’ve recently seen this competition at a different event and the guys using magazines had to wait to fill their magazines till they started . it was to even things for guys not using magazines..is this the case here ? maybe a clarification on the rules page.
    thank you
    kj

  5. Wish I lived closer, this sounds like so much fun. I been trying to get my local sportsman club to do something like this.

    • Hi Garrett – Pyramyd Air will supply the guns for the PayDay Challenge. For the silhouette and field target competitions, each competitor is responsible to bring their own air gun. Thank you!

  6. My daughter Sydney and I will be there.
    Driving from Rochester, NY — about 5 1/2 hours.
    Looking forward to the silhouette as I’ve never done that before.
    Just couldn’t pass this up.

  7. I will be participating in your event. I’m going to be signing up now. I will be using my Diana model 48 in .22 caliber. Unless this is a match event that requires participants to use .177 caliber

  8. Disregard my last comment. I’ll be just arriving in the sweet Caribbean, 1pm Oct. 24 for a 10 day party! :-) Good luck to all the contestant.

  9. Pyramyd Air Cup Competitions, September 6, 2014

    Subject: Competitions permitting the Daisy 953 air rifle with diopter target sights

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    Please advise which competition would be suitable for using my “Subject” Daisy 953 air rifle.

    Thank you.

    Jim @ N.E. Ohio, 

    .      .      .      .      .      .

    • Hi Jim, per our Competition Manager: You could use it in any of the competitions but you would be at a serious disadvantage from both a power and sights perspective. The gun will lack the energy needed to knock over the long shots. A scope would be a better choice for sighting. Even a simple 4x scope would help you tremendously.

  10. I would love to just come and watch. How much does it cost for spectators, can you just show up at the time an event starts, are there concession stands for food and drink? All the questions one would have as an enthusiast to just hang out and watch.

    • Hi JJ – There’s no charge for spectators, and you can show up at any time you want. As a bonus, you’ll be able to shoot different airguns at our “Try Me” Range, which is available for competitors and spectators alike. You can purchase lunches, as well as a ticket to Saturday night’s banquet, here. We hope to see you there. Thanks!

    • Tom, Jim and Paul will be there on Saturday, October 25th and Sunday, October 26th. More celebrities may be in attendance – stay tuned!

    • Hi Garret – a link should have been emailed you to complete the registration process. I’ve notified our competition manager, and he will email you the link again. Thank you.

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