2010 IDPA Postal Match

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Ty Hamby
Joined: Feb. 23rd, 2011
2010 IDPA Postal Match

North Valley Shooters Association hosted a special International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) event on Sunday January 16, 2011. The event was the IDPA 2010 Postal Match. The term Postal Match does not refer to “going Postal” but rather is a standardized course of fire (COF) that many shooters participate in over a period of time, regardless of their location. Postal matches have been used for many years by several shooting organizations to foster friendly competition over wide areas.

The club results are not showing in the official results. So I have posted a link to both our club results and the postal match results. Look up your time on our results link and plug them into their results. Make sure you plug them into the correct division and class. If you are a Marksman in SSP then compare your time with other Marksman in SSP. That will give you a good representation of how you rank in the world.


Club Results here

Postal Match Results 2010 here 

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NVSA Staff
Joined: Feb. 8th, 2011
Didn't do as well as I

Didn't do as well as I thought.

I finished 76th out of 266 or top 28.5 % in my division and class.

Wendy finished 19th out of 76 or top 25% in her division and class. 

"If you plan to leave early, please arrive early to help set up. If you arrive late, please stay late to help take down. If you plan to arrive late and leave early, please do your shooting someplace else."

Jose Lopez
Joined: Mar. 15th, 2011
Postal Match?

Postal Match?               

Is it just me , or  did Javier Lopez with a total score of 48.52 rank 6th on the 2010 IDPA POSTAL MATCH        ?//? 

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