USPSA Required Equipment
USPSA Match Fees
National Range Officer Institute Course
What is USPSA
The United States Practical Shooting Association (and its parent organization International Practical Shooting Confederation) is where handgun speed-shooting devotees gather. To get started, you need your favorite handgun, a belt and holster, eye and ear protection, and lots of ammo. You may shoot around a barrier, through a window, with your weak hand, at a disappearing target and even from a rusted out old car! Always against the clock, you’ll need to reload along the way, “run and gun” from target bank to target bank, knock down steel plates, keep from shooting “good guy” targets swinging in front of “bad guy” targets and much, much more. This fast-paced sport is dominated by semi-automatics, both factory stock and customized, but revolver shooters are also welcome and have their own shooting class.
Who May Participate
USPSA is based on the ability of each individual shooter. Novice to Master shooters have a place in this sport. We do require our shooters to be "SAFE & RESPONSIBLE" . Men & Women, Young & Old... all are welcome (must be 18 yrs old to attend without a parent or guardian).
Do I Have To Join USPSA?
The United States Practical Shooting Association‘s web page is the headquarters for major match information, dates, classification scores. It also contains articles of interest to prospective and new shooters.
What are the Rules?
A good place to start learning about USPSA competition is the USPSA Frequently Asked Questions.