To practice and further improve intermediate shooting skills used in shooting IPDA matches.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Shooters who want to further improve their shooting skills using more detailed and advanced techniques which, when practiced, will improve their scores and better their classification levels.
Shooters should have an IDPA classification of at least Novice, and have shot at least 6 SDPS matches, along with the desire to improve their IDPA shooting skills and classification. Previous attendance at IDPA 101 is suggested, but may be waived by the instructor.
An IDPA legal gun, belt holster, magazines (or speedloaders/moonclips), cover garment, hearing protection, eye protection, and 100 rounds of ammunition.
- Improving draw, target acquisition and time to first shot
- Accuracy and speed drills
- Improving target transitions and shooting rhythm
- Trigger control, sight picture, grouping shots
- Improving barricade positions
- Snatch techniques from table tops, boxes and cases
- Reloads: tips and techniques to improve
- Match Pressure Release techniques
- Mental discipline
- Practice and match logs
- Physical fitness and limits
$30 per shooter
Approx 4 hours