FEATURED LINKS and VIDEO

IDPA - Featured Photos and Video
IDPA is the use of practical equipment to solve simulated "real world" self-defense scenarios using practical handguns and holsters that are suitable for self-defense use.  

Learn what you need to know to shoot IDPA.  Click each of the following links to see a very good video presentation on what you need to know to safely shoot IDPA matches.


Note that as of January 2017, the rules for IDPA have changed some from what is referenced in the final video.  The intent and challenge of the game however, remains the same.  Shoot accurately, shoot fast, and shoot safe!

To learn more about the International Defensive Pistol Association, visit their website HERE.

USPSA - Featured Sites and Video
Practical shooting is a sport that evolved from experimenting and the practical applicaiton of the handguns used for self-defense.  In 1976 an international group of pistol shooting enthusiasts met in Columbia, Missouri. From that meeting came the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC). In 1984 the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) was incorporated as the US Region of IPSC. Membership in USPSA automatically includes membership in IPSC.

For years, USPSA competitions have provided a test bed for equipment and techniques, many of which are now the standard for police and military training. Some of USPSA's top competitors are regularly employed as trainers for elite police and military units. Today, USPSA matches are conducted every week by the nearly 400 affiliated clubs all over the United States. For most people, practical shooting is pure sport conducted with little or no thought of the self-defense aspect of firearms use. However, USPSA members are generally the most proficient shooters in the world.


To learn more about the United States Practical Shooting Association, visit their website HERE.