The International Practice Shooting Confederation (IPSC) is known for their fun and fast run and gun stages, but a club in Ecuador has taken the sport to a new level by including a Mini Cooper in motion in a recent stage.
While stages in the past have been known to include shooting out of a stationary driver’s side window, we haven’t before seen a stage where shooters actually drive the car while engaging multiple targets. A video has now surfaced of a stage during an IPSC match in Ecuador that seems to have shooters engaging targets from a moving vehicle, and it looks like a lot of fun.
The video below shows professional shooter Robert Vogel, whose accomplishments include world championship titles in multiple shooting sports, driving through the IPSC stage.
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