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Running another Intro to IDPA class

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I am going to run another Introduction to IDPA class like the ones I did last year.

 

The date will be August 15th and we'll be using the special events bays at Easton Fish & Game as before.

 

If you're interested in IDPA and want to learn the basic rules and techniques in a friendly, low stress environment, please sign up.

 

Please note, IDPA is not for novice shooters. There is a lot to think about other than manipulating your firearm so I ask that you have at least 1 year's shooting experience.

 

Here's where to sign up:

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-shooting-idpa-tickets-17889121845

 

Cheers,

 

Stu.

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Hey Stu. Yeah his class gets you adjusted to competition shooting. You cant go wrong. Hey. Guess who got first place in revolver last match. Bob is angry at me. Watch out tom. :). Seriuously stu's class is highly recomended. If you search posts you will find how highly recommended it is.

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Hey Stu. Yeah his class gets you adjusted to competition shooting. You cant go wrong. Hey. Guess who got first place in revolver last match. Bob is angry at me. Watch out tom. :). Seriuously stu's class is highly recomended. If you search posts you will find how highly recommended it is.

 

Thanks Ed.

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Hey Stu, is a BUG ok for this event?

Sure, why not? BUG is now a regular division. You're allowed 3 spare mags on your belt, not just 2.

 

You are making it harder for yourself though. I'd go with a full sized pistol to start of you have one.

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You don't have to have an OWB holster. IWB are allowed too.

I want to use my VP9, I don't have anything for it yet. Jamie from Titan said he can make me one before the class. I have two IWB holsters, one for a G27, and one for a Boberg XR9-S. Neither of which I want to shoot with.

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For all you people taking this class - there is a match the next day at Somerset, so put your new knowledge to the test. Make sure that you pre-register for the match (registration is open now), here...

 

http://www.somersetidpa.com/matches/

 

Class: Saturday 8/15 @ EFGA / Match: Sunday 8/16 @ SCFGPA

 

Adios,

 

Pizza Bob

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+1 on Stu's class. He takes his time, is very detailed, emphasizes safety while having a great time. If you want to get into shooting sports and are hesitating just going to a match, this class will show you what you need to know and get you comfortable enough to shoot well on your first match. Thanks for getting this started Stu!

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You are very welcome. You were all great students and I had a ball teaching you.

 

Don't kick yourself too much about your error, you won't learn if you don't try things and there will always be mistakes. In the grand scheme, yours was a minor one.

 

I'll post the scores for the mock stages when get home tonight.

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