If your club doesn't hold bullseye matches or have any bullseye shooters I would start by calling around to other ranges--somebody is bound to know where you might find a match. The NRA has a publication called "Competitive Shooter" or something like that--I used to get it when I was an active competitor. It comes out monthly like the "American Rifleman" but with a much lower circulation as generally only regular match shooters subscribe to it. Anyway, it lists all the different matches by states--type of match, dates, and address or phone no. of the match director. You have the equipment to get started--you need a spotting scope which doesn't have to be an expensive one. 20X is enough magnification to see .22 bullet holes at 50 yds. In my opinion, and I am a holder of the distinguished pistol shot and distinguished rifleman medals, NRA three gun, or "bullseye" matches (and practice) are the best training for ALL the pistol disciplines. If you become reasonably proficient at bullseye--reach Sharpshooter level or higher--you could enter an action pistol or PPC match and do fairly well. I don't think it works the other way around--most action pistol shooters have never developed the kind of trigger discipline that is necessary for bullseye shooting, and they shoot at bigger targets at shorter ranges. In fact, many good bullseye shooters who take up highpower rifle shooting usually do well too. Watch the front sight!