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                                                        IDPA matches are held the 3rd Saturday of the month.  Set-up starts at 8:00 am and signup begins at 9:30.  Matches usually run 6 stages and require 100 rounds of ammo minimum.  Bring 150 rounds just to be safe.  Matches will be pistol or revolver only following IDPA rules.  Cost is $10.  Click here for match information.

Occasionally there will be optional long gun stage, which will be held after the pistol match and scored separately.  Additional information will be posted here prior to the match, so be sure to check in frequently.

You can discuss IDPA and post questions on the CAGC Bulletin Board.

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Contact Information

If you have questions concerning IDPA Matches, please contact us at the e-mail addresses below.

Match Director:      David Rawlinson  deadidave43@aol.com

Assistant Match Director:   Kevin Collins  mkc7908@gmail.com

IDPA Upcoming Events:

 

The Alabama 2012 IDPA State Championship sch’ed for April 21st 2012

 

IDPA Match 3rd Saturday of each Month at 10:00am. Everyone welcome to shoot Our club matches. No Membership required.

First IDPA club Match at CAGC is free.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order for shooters to be able to compete with their peers, IDPA competitors are divided into classifications within each division based upon their skill level. 

 IDPA has a very quick and easy method of classifying shooters.

The IDPA classifier is a special 90 round match.  You may continue to compete at Central Alabama Gun Club as an unclassified shooter, but a classification is required in order to shoot at a sanctioned IDPA major match.

 

Depending on your overall classification score, you will be classified at Novice, Marksman, Sharpshooter, Expert, or Master.  A classifier is required for each

class of pistol or revolver.  More information is available in the IDPA Rulebook on page 70.

If you would like to set up a time to shoot the classifier or for more information, please e-mail

David Rawlinson deadidave43@aol.com

 

 

 

 

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