Sunday, October 13, 2013

Back to basics - IDPA

October is here and the leaves are starting to turn. Here in Pennsylvania that means the two closest USPSA clubs are winding down for the winter and that IDPA matches(at least for me) are starting back up on a regular basis.

I shot my first match in months at Blue Ridge Cherry Valley today and had a good time.  People keep telling me that IDPA matches are supposed to be filled with close range, basic stages that test shooting skills and not bullet hosing and athleticism, and while I disagree with a lot of that, today's match follows that basic IDPA mantra and was still a pretty good time.

In other news, shooting 180 grain .40 minor after a season of shooting USPSA with major ammo feels like cheating.



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