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Sent: Wednesday, 24 September, 2008 20:48
Subject: Agenda of the Thirty-Second IPSC General Assembly

INTERNATIONAL PRACTICAL SHOOTING CONFEDERATION
Agenda of the Thirty-Second IPSC General Assembly
Bali, Indonesia, 9:00 am, Saturday, October 25, 2008

It is the intention of the IPSC Executive Council that the General Assembly be conducted in a businesslike and amicable manner. Except where specifically permitted by the IPSC Constitution, motions will not be accepted from the floor of the meeting. In this way, those Regions unable to attend the Assembly will have the opportunity to vote by proxy on the motions and those Regional Directors present will have had the opportunity to consult with their Regional Directorate prior to the meeting.

If a Regional Director is unable to attend the General Assembly, they may register their votes on the motions by proxy, or the Regional Directorate may appoint a voting representative. In this case written confirmation signed by the Regional Director must be presented to the IPSC Secretary before the commencement of the meeting.

ADMINISTRATION

1) IPSC Secretary to present the list of voting Regions and proxies held

Voting Regions - Our records show that the following Regions are in voting position. If there is any question concerning voting eligibility, please contact this office immediately.

Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Macau, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, Zimbabwe

2) IPSC President to appoint two tellers

3) Introduction and brief report from the Executive Council
IPSC President Mr. Nick Alexakos
IPSC Gen-Secretary Mr. Fritz Gepperth
IPSC Treasurer Mr. Ren Henderson
IPSC Secretary Mr. Vince Pinto
IROA President Mr. Dino Evangelinos
IROA Vice-President Mr. Juergen Tegge

4) Introduction and brief report from the Regional Directors

5) Approval of the minutes of the Thirty-First IPSC General Assembly

1. Motion
That the minutes of the previous Assembly held in Cheval Blanc, France, September 15, 2007 as circulated to the Regions be accepted.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

6) IPSC Treasurer's Report and approval of the previous year's accounts

2. Motion
That the 2007 accounts as circulated to the Regions be accepted.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

7) Election of the President

3. Motion
Election of the IPSC President by ballot

Candidate: Mr. Nick Alexakos
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

8) Appointment of an auditor

4. Motion
That the chartered accounting firm of Fleischer Associates LLP, Chartered Accountants be appointed as Auditors for financial year 2008.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

9) IPSC Match Sanction fee

5. Motion:
That the match sanction fee be set at US$100 for Level III matches.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

10) Regional Development report

11) Provisional acceptance of new Regions

6. Motion
That China be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

7. Motion
That Egypt be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

8. Motion
That Kazakhstan be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

9. Motion
That Netherlands Antilles be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

10. Motion
That St Lucia be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


12) Final acceptance of provisional Regions

11. Motion
That Honduras be definitively accepted.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

12. Motion
That Romania be definitively accepted.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

13. Motion
That Trinidad and Tobago be definitively accepted.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

Note: The Assembly welcomes the newly accepted Regions and wishes them all the best of success. The IPSC Secretary will instruct the tellers of the additional voting Regions, if eligible.


13) Declaration of vacant Regions when more than ninety days in arrears

Our records show the following Regions are in arrears and risk becoming declared vacant. If there is any question concerning this situation, please contact this office immediately.

14. Motion
That Costa Rica be declared vacant if not in good standing by 31st December, 2008. (requires 3/4 vote)
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

15. Motion
That Dominican Republic be declared vacant if not in good standing by 31st December, 2008. (requires 3/4 vote)
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

16. Motion
That Mexico be declared vacant if not in good standing by 31st December, 2008. (requires 3/4 vote)
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

17. Motion
That Montenegro be declared vacant if not in good standing by 31st December, 2008. (requires 3/4 vote)
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

18. Motion
That South Korea be declared vacant if not in good standing by 31st December, 2008. (requires 3/4 vote)
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


14) Annual Regional Status recognition


ORGANIZATION

15) IROA Committee report

16) Course of Fire Committee report

17) Seminar Services Committee report

18) Cuddle Bear report
"Playing Our Part" - IPSC is proud to provide a proven community children's charity project to help do our part in local communities.

19) Rules Committee report

19. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Handgun Rules include the 2006 and 2007 interpretations as attached.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

20. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Handgun Rules include the attached minor adjustments.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

21. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Handgun Rules include the attached revisions.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

22. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Rifle Rules include the 2006 and 2007 interpretations as attached.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

23. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Rifle Rules include the attached revisions.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

24. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Shotgun Rules include the 2006 and 2007 interpretations as attached.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

25. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Shotgun Rules include the attached revisions.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

20) Untraversable areas

26. Motion
That with effect from the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks, the IPSC General Assembly approves the following rules for all disciplines (reference numbers will change):

2.2.1.5 Fault Lines may be supplemented with tape or rope on vertical stakes to prominently designate areas deemed to be untraversable by competitors. Full details of the untraversable areas must be published in advance of the match and must be included in the written stage briefing. Competitors intentionally stepping on such areas during a course of fire will be stopped, and the stage will be scored up to that point "as shot", including all applicable misses and other penalties.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


21) Muzzle angles

27. Motion
That with effect from the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks, the IPSC General Assembly approves the following rules for all disciplines (reference numbers will change):

2.1.2 Safe Angles of Fire – Courses of fire must always be constructed taking into account safe angles of fire. Consideration must be given to safe target and frame construction and the angle of any possible ricochets. Where appropriate the physical dimensions and suitability of backstops and side berms must be determined as part of the construction process. Unless otherwise specified, the default maximum muzzle angle is 90 degrees in all directions, measured from the front of the competitor facing directly center downrange. Violations are subject to Rule 10.5.2.

2.1.2.1 Subject to the direction and approval of the Regional Director, stage(s) or range specific muzzle angles (reduced or increased) may be approved. Full details of the applicable angles must be published in advance of the match and must be included in the written stage briefings (also see Section 2.3). Violations are subject to Rule 10.5.2.

10.5.2 Allowing the muzzle of a firearm to point uprange, or past the default, or specific safe angles of fire during a course of fire. (Limited exceptions: see Rules 5.2.7.3 and 10.5.6).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


22) IPSC Targets

28. Motion
With effect from the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks, the target currently designated as the IPSC Metric Target be retired and no longer be an authorized target.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

29. Motion
With effect from the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks, the target currently designated as the IPSC Classic Target be renamed the IPSC Target.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


23) Introduction of Mini IPSC Target

30. Motion
With effect from the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks, a mini version (approximately 2/3 size) of the IPSC Target be approved.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

31. Motion
4.2.1 There are two sizes of paper targets approved for use in IPSC Handgun matches (see Appendix B). The two sizes must not be included together in the same stage.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


24) IPSC Mini Poppers

32. Motion
4.3.1.2 IPSC Mini Poppers, which must be calibrated as specified in Appendix C, are approved metal targets designed to recognize power and are intended to simulate regular sized Poppers placed at greater distances. IPSC Mini Poppers must not be included together with full sized IPSC Poppers in the same stage.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


25) Related Rule Adjustments

33. Motion
That the IPSC Rules Committee be authorized to recommend to the Executive Council related adjustments to the January 2009 Edition IPSC Rulebooks concerning the above target motions. The Executive Council may approve the adjustments without further reference to the General Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

34. Motion
That the IPSC Rules Committee be authorized to recommend to the Executive Council, minor renumbering of the January 2009 Editions IPSC Rulebooks to better synchronize the three rulebooks. The Executive Council may approve the renumbering without further reference to the General Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

26) Introducing reloads in Medium and Long Courses

"A gun is part of a system that includes the gun, the ammunition, the way to reload, and the way to carry and, most important of all, how to best use the system." Jeff Cooper

There has hardly been a General Assembly where magazine capacity in some form or another has not been an issue. Originally, the order of the day was to impose restrictions on the magazines themselves. In Open Division, these restrictions arbitrarily limited magazine length by measuring. In Standard and Modified Divisions, magazines were restricted by inserting them in the pistol before putting the pistol in the IPSC Box. Production Division is currently in a state of ammunition capacity turmoil.

Restricting the magazines themselves or arbitrarily limiting the number of rounds loaded is the wrong path.

Simply introducing one reload anywhere in Medium stages, and two reloads anywhere in Long stages, will make all these issues go away. Questions of magazine length, size, capacity, shape and form all vanish.

Eliminating all magazine restrictions, and adding the challenge of reloading will mean that more styles of pistols will become competitive including the beloved single-stack models.

No doubt, one may bring up the question of 'freestyle'. Freestyle means that competitors are free to think and to solve challenges in the manner they choose. Adding reloads to Medium and Long courses of fire is not ordering competitors where, when, or how to reload.

With no restrictions whatsoever on magazines, no competitors are disadvantaged and all existing magazines can continue to be used without any problems.

Introducing reloads will bring back challenges, excitement, and skills lost over time plus serve to re-energize our matches.

35. Motion
That the 2009 Edition of the IPSC Handgun Rules include the following revisions:

1.2.1.2 "Medium Courses" must not require more than 16 rounds to complete nor require more than 3 shooting locations. Course design and construction must not require more than 9 scoring hits from any single location or view, nor allow a competitor to shoot all targets in the course of fire from any single location or view. Competitors must, after firing at least one round and before firing their final round, minimally complete one reload, failing which one Procedural Penalty will be assessed.

1.2.1.3 "Long Courses" must not require more than 32 rounds to complete. Course design and construction must not require more than 9 scoring hits from any single location or view, nor allow a competitor to shoot all targets in the course of fire from any single location or view. Competitors must, after firing at least one round and before firing their final round, minimally complete two reloads, failing which one Procedural Penalty will be assessed for each reload not completed.

Open Division
8. No maximum magazine length

Standard, Modified & Production Divisions
8. No maximum magazine length

Standard & Modified Divisions
16. A handgun in its ready condition (See Section 8.1), but unloaded, must fit wholly within the confines of a box which has internal dimensions of 225mm x 150mm x 45mm (tolerance of +1 mm, -0 mm). When a handgun is inserted into the box, rear adjustable sights may be slightly depressed, but all other features of the handgun, (e.g. collapsible and/or folding sights, slide rackers, thumb rests, external hammers, grips etc), must be fully extended or deployed.

Production Division
19.2 will be deleted
20.1 will be deleted

Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


36. Motion
That the IPSC Rules Committee be authorized to recommend to the Executive Council related adjustments to the January 2009 Edition IPSC Handgun Rulebook concerning the above Medium and Long Courses motions. The Executive Council may approve the adjustments without further reference to the General Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


27) Action Air

People are no longer entering shooting along the traditional pathways. If IPSC wants to expand its base, it needs to understand what motivates people, especially young people, to choose shooting from the array of other activities available to them today, and at the same time, recognize the constraints that have been imposed on recreational shooting over the years.

With increased urbanization comes the loss of land available for shooting ranges. This creates additional travel time to shooting ranges, adding time pressures to already busy schedules. Fewer and farther ranges mean less actual range time.

Surveys confirm that it was fathers or friends that got most shooters initially started in shooting. The data also shows that non-shooters contemplating recreational shooting are concerned about not having convenient access to places to shoot and that they want a safe, controlled environment to overcome the initial apprehensions of maybe doing something wrong.

Much like training wheels on a bicycle, Action Air provides a safe, controlled, home environment that can enable and provide helpful teaching, training, and mentoring. Reinforcing safety, safe gun handling, and honing fundamental skills at home will increase the quality of the actual range time, decreasing those initial apprehensions, and building interest.

Furthermore, there are reduced costs to get a person started in shooting. Action Air gives the beginning shooter (and family members) an opportunity to become interested and involved in shooting without the initial costs becoming a burdensome factor.

Many Regions have extended waiting periods for handgun licensing and permits. Action Air would allow these future members the opportunity to practice and shoot while waiting. People today, young and old, have become accustomed to immediate gratification with television and the Internet. They aren't used to waiting. Action Air allows for the interest and enthusiasm in shooting now, not a year down the road.

Action Air matches would provide an excellent environment to develop competitive skills, far less daunting than jumping into competition for the first time with a handgun. Action Air shooters can make the mistakes and enhance their skills before taking the next step.

Action Air shooters can be further hooked by introducing a Crossover Proficiency Test. This will allow Action Air shooters to participate in IPSC handgun matches following the successful completion of a live fire Crossover Proficiency Test.

Action Air provides a safe, controlled, convenient environment for the introduction to IPSC shooting, making it an overall part of the strategic plan to recruit and retain new shooters. Recognizing Action Air as an actual IPSC discipline legitimizes it and allows for the organization on the Regional level under the overall supervision of the IPSC General Assembly.

Action Air can be one of the biggest recruitment tools of new shooters entering IPSC competition because it meets the needs of the new shooter and fits in with today's world of less, free and more structured, time.

37. Motion
That the provisional Action Air Rule Book be updated to the 2009 Handgun Rules and be provisionally accepted for one year.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


28) International Legislation Committee report

29) WinMSS and Classification System report


COMPETITIONS

30) 2009 African Handgun Championship report (South Africa)

31) 2009 Pan-Am and World 3-Gun Championship report (Ecuador)

32) 2009 Australasia Shotgun Championship report (Philippines)

38. Motion
That the 2009 Australasia Shotgun Championship being hosted in the Region of the Philippines be revised to the 2009 Australasia 3-Gun Championship (Australasia Regions only to vote).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

33) 2009 European Shotgun Championship venue

39. Motion
That the 2009 European Shotgun Championship be hosted in the Region of the Czech Republic. (European Regions only to vote).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

34) 2009 European Rifle Championship report (Norway)

35) 2009 IPSC South East Asian Games

40. Motion
That the 2009 IPSC South East Asian Games be hosted in the Region of Thailand (Australasia Regions only to vote).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


36) 2010 European Handgun Championship report (Serbia)

37) 2010 Australasia Handgun Championship report (Malaysia/Singapore)

38) 2010 Latin American Handgun Championship report (Argentina)

39) 2010 African 3-Gun Championship report (South Africa)

40) 2010 Pan-American Shotgun Championship report (United States)

41) 2010 Pan-American Rifle Championship venue

41. Motion
That the 2010 Pan-American Rifle Championship be held in the Region to be determined by vote of this Assembly (Pan-American Regions only to vote).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

42) 2011 European 3-Gun Championship venue

42. Motion
That the 2011 European 3-Gun Championship venue be held in the Region to be determined by vote of this Assembly (European Regions only to vote).
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

43) 2011 IPSC Shotgun World Shoot

43. Motion
That the 2011 Shotgun World Shoot be held in the Region to be determined by vote of this Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

44) 2011 IPSC Rifle World Shoot

44. Motion
That the 2011 Rifle World Shoot be held in the Region to be determined by vote of this Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

45) 2011 Handgun World Shoot XVI venue

45. Motion
That 2011 Handgun World Shoot XVI be held in the Region to be determined by vote of this Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___

Candidates:
Greece
United States


GENERAL

46) Date and place of next IPSC General Assembly.

46. Motion
That the 2009 General Assembly be held in conjunction with the competition to be determined by vote of this Assembly.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Non-binding proposed actions for Assembly discussion and direction.


ADJOURNMENT

47) Adjournment

47. Motion
That the 2008 IPSC General Assembly be adjourned.
Moved
Seconded
Carried___
Denied___


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