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IDPA Match at Gunny’s

Seen at, it looks like Gunny’s is having a match:

31 JANUARY 2009

Format: This is a one day tactical pistol match with 6 stages, with typically 12-24 rounds per stage. IDPA targets and scoring is used, though typically, no cover, concealment, or magazine retention requirements. No extreme physical stuff, but your skills will be tested and you will have a good time.

When: Saturday, 31 January 2009
On-site registration begins at 8:00 AM. Shooters meeting at 9:00 AM
First shots fired at 9:30 AM

Where: Gunny’s Indoor Range
2208 East Broadway
Maryville, TN

Guns: If your gun is legal in IDPA, or in USPSA Limited/Limited-10/Single Stack/Production, then it’s fine for this match. . No optics or compensators. Magazine wells, long heavy dust shrouds, bull barrels and oversize magazine releases are permitted, however the gun must fit into the IDPA test box

Magazines: Extended magazines are permitted, however “All pistols are limited to 10 rounds maximum in the magazine, regardless of magazine capacity.” You may carry as many magazines as you wish.

Gear: Gear must be basically IDPA or IPSC Production/Limited legal. No race rig holsters, etc. Holster and magazines to be behind the centerline of the body

Ammo Requirements: 80-120 rounds NOTE- round count is an estimate. Always bring extra.

Cost: $60

Lewis Scoring System: Prizes will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place in Gold, Silver, and Bronze Divisions (assuming a full field). Remaining prizes to be awarded based on order of finish. Awards presentation will take place within 45 minutes after the last shot is taken. Presuming there are 60 shooters, there will be a $3500 prize table with EVERYBODY going to the table at least once.

2 Responses to “IDPA Match at Gunny’s”

  1. Linoge Says:

    *sigh* It is bad that I cannot even meet the round requirement with all three of my magazines…

  2. KingsideRook Says:

    Sounds like fun. If I’m not working that day, I’ll be there, with extra 1911 mags in tow. I agree with Linoge, I mean, really, a 24-round stage, with all the extra mags carried behind the centerline? I’m not about to start regularly carrying 3 spare 7rd mags to fight with my pistol, 2 spares is my limit. I will pretty much fight my way to where my vehicle and attendant rifle are.

    And for the record, it’s awesome to have multiple Saturdays on which I’m not working.