Mr.Stu

IDPA Introduction Class

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I am going to run another introduction to IDPA class in September. There are quite a few members here who have taken the class and followed up with going to matches and having a good time getting off the X.

 

If you have been wanting to get into practical shooting matches, but want a step up so you don't walk in blind, please consider this class.

 

Sign up is here: https://idpa-intro.eventbrite.com

 

Thanks for looking,

 

Stu (Mr.)

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Does anyone know if there is going to be another Intro class in Nov or Dec?

I went to check out an IDPA match last year around this time and promptly got sidetracked by other things but have still been thinking about it.

Still a little out of my comfort zone to go in cold but I might do a intro class to try it out.

-Jim

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The range is outdoors so dress accordingly for the weather. I'm hoping it will be nice still.

 

I'll be there from somewhere between 9:30 and 10 but I'll be on the rifle range zeroing a new to me rifle.

 

I'll start setting up the class at around 11. Help won't be turned away, but this is a paid class, not a match where everybody involved is a volunteer.

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