The SP / HP pistol range, which already counts on three versions (SP for standard and sport pistol competitions, SP Rapid Fire for Rapid Fire pistol events and HP for center fire pistol events), now gains the new Bullseye version. Developed in collaboration with Pardini USA for the American market, it was created to allow US shooters to compete in the Precision pistol events, an event developed by the National Riflemen Association. Precision pistol is focused on shooting timed series (10 minutes, 20 and 10 seconds) on paper targets, at distances variable between 25 and 50 yards, with 3 different calibers.
To compete in this event, Pardini Armi started developing a new model from the heart of his ISSF pistols by making some changes aimed at maximizing precision at a greater distance. The Bullseye is offered in 3 versions featuring 2 barrel lengths, 5 and 6 inches. The version with 6-inch barrel is also available in a compensated version to optimize stability in the fast series. Peculiar of the Bullseye project is the presence of a Weaver rail on the counterweight. Its allows the application of the most various optical devices, permitted by the regulation of the specialty. The grip differs from that of academic specialties due to the presence of a slightly more ergonomic hand rest.
Bullseye is supplied in two calibers, .22 LR and .32 S&W, each with 5-inch, 6-inch and 6-inch compensated barrels; the three versions are now available in Europe also as conversions, so as to allow those who already own a last generation SP or HP to turn their pistol into an informal shooting tool.
Despite the event for which the Bullseye is born is not practiced outside the United States, Pardini Armi decided to market its pistol even in the rest of the world as it allows fans of the brand and enthusiasts to train themselves at different distances and in less usual exercises.