The International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) competition format was designed to be enjoyable for all shooters of all skill levels, with a premium put on the social interaction and camaraderie of the members. Participation in IDPA matches requires the use of handguns, holsters and other equipment. With that in mind, and keeping the shooters' best interests in mind, equipment requirements are based on commonly available firearms and gear, allowing individuals the opportunity to compete with minimal investment.
Stages are shot involving movement and shooting behind barricades simulating self-defense scenarios.
Holster training is provided however you must complete a minimum of 3 weeks of shooting normal PPC before competing in IDPA. No Black Badge is required. Come out and watch any Monday evening at 6:00 pm.