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Side Match Information

 

 

All FRIDPA side matches are free and completely optional. Your match score will not be affected by your participation in the side match.

Shotgun

Two (three) divisions. Pump and semi-auto. 12 or 20 gauge. Tube / tech loaders not allowed. Porting (factory or aftermarket) or tech loaders bump you into “Outlaw” division.
 

Rifle/Carbine

Two (three) divisions. Service and Enhanced. No caliber or capacity restrictions. Muzzle breaks allowed in both. Optics or laser devices bump you into Enhanced. Multiple optics bump you into “Outlaw” division.
 

Back-Up Gun (BUG)

Two divisions, Revo and Semi-auto. Two divisions are only recognized if there is an on the clock reload. Sub-compact pistols such as Glock 26/27, 1911 Officers model, S&W J-Frame, or any pistol with a max barrel length of 3.8 inches and max Revo barrel length of 3.0 inches. Minimum caliber is 32 auto. Max number of rounds to be loaded is 5.

Stage descriptions
For shotgun plan on targets from 5 yards to 30 yards. Know where your shotgun hits with slugs out to 30 yards. Bring 5 rounds of 00 buck, 5 slug and 25 rounds of birdshot. No steel birdshot allowed as we sometimes use steel targets.

For Rifle / Carbine plan on targets from point blank out to 30 yards. Bring 75-100 rounds of ammo. That’s more than you would need, but you can take it home with you. Always a better bet than borrowing unproven ammo from someone else. Leave the tracer ammo at home. A mag pouch helps in case there is some type of reload.

For BUG stages plan on targets from point blank to 6-10 yards. Bring 25 rounds of ammo. No drawing from holsters in BUG matches.

Sometimes we have one defensive type stage and one fun stage. Such as a plate rack or Texas Star with a shotgun just standing there. Not defensive at all, but a good test of skills and fun.

Shotgun. Jan, Apr, July, Oct

Rifle. Feb, May, Aug, Nov

BUG. Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 


 

The 4 rules of gun safety
 

The 1st Rule of Gun Safety - The Gun Is Always Loaded!

 

The 2nd Rule of Gun Safety - Never Point A Gun At Something You're Not Prepared To Destroy!

The 3rd Rule of Gun Safety - Keep Your Finger Off The Trigger Until Your Sights Are On The Target! 

The 4th Rule of Gun Safety - Always Be Sure Of Your Target And What Is Behind It!

 


COLD RANGE

 

All matches at FRIDPA are conducted using a COLD RANGE.

 

Firearms must be:

1.      unloaded

2.      holstered or bagged at all times

3.      hammer/striker down on a empty chamber/empty cylinder

4.      no magazine inserted

 

You may only handle your firearm at the direction of a Safety Officer (SO) or in the designated Safe Area. You may not handle any ammunition or loaded magazines in the Safe Area.

 

Violation of the COLD RANGE will result in a match disqualification.

 


 
MANDATORY
Match Conduct Safety Course©

Shooters new to IDPA must attend a full Match Conduct Safety Course©; late arrivals for the course are not allowed to join the course in progress nor shoot the match.