The SP/HP series has been enriched by the Bullseye model, so far only available on the American market. Developed in collaboration with Pardini USA, it was created to allow US shooters to compete in the Precision pistol event, by the National Riflemen Association. The Precision pistol event includes the repetition of timed series (10 minutes, 20 and 10 seconds), at variable distances, between 25 and 50 yards, with 3 different calibers. The aggregate form of the competition requires the repetition of the series in .22 LR, .45 ACP and in a caliber chosen by the shooter with the prescription of a minimum diameter of 7.65 mm (.32"). The Bullseye pistols are offered in .22 LR and .32 S&W with 2 barrel lengths, 5 and 6 inches, and present a Weaver rail to mount a scope. The rail is machined on the barrel-weight to ensure the maintenance of zeroing even after disassembling the pistol for routine maintenance. The grip differs from the academic due to a wider hand rest. SP Bullseye in .22 LR and HP Bullseye in .32 S&W are now also available as conversions, to allow those who already own a last generation SP or HP to convert their pistol into an informal shooting tool.