The International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts (ICORE) is an international community which promotes action shooting competitions with revolvers. ICORE was founded in 1991 by Mike and Sharon Higash with a vision of revolver-only competitions where “even the most basic equipment could be used and still provide enjoyment and satisfaction.

The sport has elements from the Bianchi Cup, IPSC, and the Steel Challenge, and has active members in Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Malta and United States.
The scoring method used is Time-Plus Scoring where the score is the time used by the competitor to complete the course plus time added or subtracted based on hits.
Both paper targets and steel targets (falling and stationary) are used. The standard paper target is the NRA D-1 target which has 4 scoring areas.

The Chilliwack Shootists established in 2017, is the first ICORE Club in British Columbia.

We hold matches once a month in Chilliwack. When shooting outdoors we use two of the pistol bays and shoot 8 stages throughout the day with two squads of shooters. After each squad has shot two stages the next two stages are set up until all 8 stages are shot by both squads. Everyone pitches in to tear down and set up stages. In winter we’ll be shooting indoors. Approximately 200 rounds per match.

Divisions: Classic, Limited, Limited 6, Open

Contacts: Nick Bolton at   or Sharon Gregson at

ICORE Home Page
ICORE Canada
ICORE Rule Book
ICORE Membership
Chilliwack Calendar