Our IDPA match is based around the use of practical equipment, including full charge service ammunition, to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios using practical handguns and holsters that are suitable for self-defense use. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual.
The IDPA match community is made up of shooters like you who are looking to test and improve their skills through the structure of competition. While time and accuracy measure a shooter’s skill, it’s the fun and excitement of spending the day on the range with other like-minded individuals that is the true reflection of our community.
Become a better, well rounded shooter
Almost every stage we shoot starts with drawing from the holster. This is great self defense practice.
The only thing worse than not having your pistol is having your pistol run dry. Our Dynamic Pistol match gets you used to reloading under pressure.
Dynamic Pistol matches teach you how to avoid getting tunnel vision when shooting under pressure.
Strong and Weak Hand
Life likes to throw us curve balls so we practice shooting two handed, right handed, and left handed
Everyone loves to shoot fast. Our Dynamic pistol match teaches you to shoot faster and more accurately.
Most shooters can pull a trigger fast but what separates good shooters from great shooters is how fast you transition from target to target.
-Holster that covers your trigger guard– it can be worn inside or outside the waistband but must be concealed by your cover garment.
– 3 magazines
– 2 mag holsters
– Shirt, vest, or jacket that covers your holstered firearm
– 50 rounds of ammo
*For a detailed description of the rule set we use, please visit www.idpa.com/compete/rules
-Loading and unloading the weapon
-Drawing from the holster and re-holstering
-Gripping and firing the pistol with strong hand, weak hand, and both hands
-Speed reloading (tactical reloads and slide-lock reloads)
-Reloading and moving with a drawn weapon (finger off trigger, muzzle down-range, always)
-Shooting positions including kneeling, prone, and barricade shooting
-Range commands and procedures