To practice and improve basic IDPA shooting skills used in shooting IPDA matches.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Shooters who want to improve their shooting skills and learn basic techniques which, when practiced, will improve their scores and better their classification levels.
Shooters should have shot at least 3 IDPA matches in the past 12 months, should be comfortable with match safety and procedures, and want to improve their IDPA shooting skills.
An IDPA legal gun, belt holster, magazines (or speedloaders/moonclips), cover garment, hearing protection, eye protection, and 100 rounds of ammunition.
- Improving basic marksmanship/accuracy at both short and long distances
- Multiple types of draws from holster
- Improving Shooting methods: strong-hand, weak-hand, low ready
- Reloads: Slide-lock, tactical
- Clearing jams and malfunctions
- Movement while shooting: forward, backward, left/right
- Positions: standing, kneeling, prone
- Barricades: walls, low cover, barrels, doors
- Multiple Targets: Tactical priority, tactical sequence
- Snatching gun: loaded and unload from table, drawer, and briefcase
- Mental Discipline and record keeping
- Speed improvement
- Practice recommendations
$30 per shooter
Approx 4 hours