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2023 IDPA rules changes


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I'm not surprised 'new rules' are being proposed. IDPA has to increase membership, and the present administration isn't getting it done. NE Florida is a mecca for action shooters, but three clubs that used to host IDPA match have dropped them.It's now hard to find an IDPA match within 150 miles. Something to do with 'new edicts from up high'.

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59 minutes ago, Johnny_Chimpo said:

 

Even a broken clock is right twice a day

 

2 hours ago, GmanCdp said:

 now USPSA decided to let Production shooters do the same🤓..

Is this true?

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This would be quite surprising if true. They just revamped the rules back around May.

Multiple rules updates within a year is not IDPA's typical behavior.

But... it's IDPA so maybe... lol...

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I shot on Sunday with our AC and he didn't mention any changes.  I did notice they they've changed their minds on weather or not your foot has to be touching the actual fault line or the imaginary continuation of the stick.  

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Which way?  The latest printed rule is that you must be behind the physical fault line which may be between 3 and 8 feet from the point of cover.  (My AC said that is just to keep the PCCs from standing at the back of the stage and sniping all the targets from one spot, and pistoleers need not bother.)  

 

 

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2 hours ago, RangerTrace said:

lol that won't spend that much money to redo the targets!!

 

 

You don't have to.  Just for s#!ts and grins I asked to rerun one stage as a USPSA stage at the last IDPA match I went to last year, LOL

 

Hit factor scoring works just fine with IDPA targets" -0 = A, -1 = C, -3 = D.

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On 1/3/2023 at 9:29 PM, Johnny_Chimpo said:

 

You don't have to.  Just for s#!ts and grins I asked to rerun one stage as a USPSA stage at the last IDPA match I went to last year, LOL

 

Hit factor scoring works just fine with IDPA targets" -0 = A, -1 = C, -3 = D.

And flip side, I've shot outlaw matches that used a uspsa target but with time plus scoring. A equaled no time, B/C equaled 1 second, D equaled 3 seconds.

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6 hours ago, Jim Watson said:

An outlaw shoot near here uses a tough plan.

USPSA target takes two A/headbox hits to "neutralize."  Body C or D do not count.   Time plus, an unneutralized target is 5 seconds.

 

[sarcasm]That sounds like fun[/sarcasm]

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