USPSA Practice? It is the best way to increase all of your skills in practical shooting. Come out and see for yourself, or check it out on the web, USPSA.ORG (http://uspsa.org/). We shoot every Tuesday night, indoors at the Brickyard Range, setup starts at 4:30pm and shooting 6:00pm. Bring your ear and eye protection, a handgun with a strong side holster, enouph magazines to hold at least 32 rounds, 100 rounds of ammo, $5, and you are ready. We will have a safety walk through just before we start shooting.
This is typically a 32 round course of fire with 16 targets getting 2 rounds each. We will go through the course 2-3 times so bring 100 or more rounds of ammo. You will be moving across the course while shooting with no-shoot targets,walls and or barrels to navigate around. This is not one for basic training but you don't need to be an experienced shooter either. As long as your comfortable drawing, pointing at a piece of cardboard and firing your fine. When its your turn we will walk you through the course of fire before you start. If your not sure about this you can u-tube (USPSA match) and get a idea what it looks like. You will need your firearm, a holster that covers the trigger, enough magazines or speed loaders to hold at least 32 rounds and of course eye and ear protection. Ask for Audra and tell her your new and she will find someone to run you through a basic safety briefing. It is typically $5 or $8 but the first shoot you usually get for free. If your not sure you have everything or you want to shoot just come and check it out. That doesn't cost you anything. Thanks and I hope to see some of you there.