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Grant Mitchell
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New to IDPA & NVSA

I have never been to an IDPA match.
Do you allow visitors to watch these?
I would like to see a couple of matches at the next event and have a couple of buddies that are also very interested in joining very soon.

I shoot a Ruger P345 and am curious about how much ammo a person should plan on bringing to a match.

Thanks!!

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Mark Barr
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Grant, Our New Shooter's

Grant,

Our New Shooter's Information Packet is in the Club Information Section of this site...

We use the info page from the Richmond Hotshots Website

Here is the Link. Pay close attention to the equipment rules for holster, mag pouches and concealment garment.

You and your buddies are going to love this...  It's very addictive.

http://richmondhotshots.com/docs/IDPA%20New%20Shooter%20Info.pdf

 

 

Karl Hockman
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Joined: Apr. 17th, 2011
I watched the April match and

I watched the April match and am hooked. May 15th can't come soon enough. A big thanks to Ty for telling me about it and the invite.

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Karl. Glad to hear you

Karl.

Glad to hear you might give it a go next month. Remember next month is a classifier. Here is what a Master level shooter does the classifier. Classifier is a great match that uses all disciplines. However some (like me) do not like shooting all disciplines. Great skills builder without moving targets.

 

 

Now don't freak out. The above video is of a Master shooter. That is the best of the best.

Here is a great dry fire video. Gives you an Idea what a classifier is from the shooters point of view.  

 

 

"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."

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