Monthly USPSA Matches at the CMP’s Talladega Marksmanship Park
Competitors were challenged at a USPSA match last November in Talladega, the sixth USPSA Match held at the park since it opened last year.
Gallery: 2016 USPSA Area 6 Championship
Over 500 competitors attended the 2016 USPSA Area 6 Championship.
Gallery: 2016 USPSA Virginia/Maryland Section Match
Foul weather left shooters wet and muddy at the 2016 USPSA Virginia/Maryland Section Match.
What is Mental Toughness?
Mental toughness has more to do with an athlete’s ability to have a great attitude and give their best effort, than shooting fundamentals. Author Karie Thomas saw her USPSA classification go from C to B, after working with Dr. Prior.
What You Need To Know About USPSA Scoring
Unique to their sport, USPSA incorporates a Major and Minor caliber scoring difference into five of their seven gun divisions.
The Top Pistols Used by Today's IDPA Shooters
The guns taking home the trophies have changed over the last 20 years.
Federal Premium Ammunition Announces USPSA Sponsorship
“We’re proud to be the first major ammunition manufacturer to enter this exciting arena,” said Federal Premium Product Line Manager Justin Johnson.
How To Refine Your Action Pistol Zero
Where your gun shoots from a bench rest may not be where it hits during a match
Everything You Need To Know About Rimfire Challenge
Although both games are lots of fun, here we’re talking about the speed event, not the precision one. Here’s our rundown of everything you ought to know about taking the Rimfire Challenge
Getting Back To The Roots Of Practical Shooting
To learn something, go back to its roots. This means if you want to learn practical shooting, you go back to the roots—shooting a 1911 in .45 ACP The lasting influence of the 1911 lives on in USPSA Single Stack division