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Dec
16
Sat
Prado IDPA on 3rd Saturday @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Dec 16 @ 7:30 am

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Jan
14
Sun
Prado IDPA – 2nd Sunday @ Prado Family Shooting Park
Jan 14 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Jan
20
Sat
Prado IDPA on 3rd Saturday @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Jan 20 @ 7:30 am

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Jan
28
Sun
PCC+1 Pistol caliber carbine and handgun match @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Jan 28 @ 7:30 am

The match will be paper and steel. Accuracy will be required. Distances possibly out to 40 yards and minimum 25 rounds per stage. The round count will be generous. Bring lots.

If you select a division for PCC and handgun then you will use both in every stage.
If you select a PCC only division then you will use PCC only in every stage.
If you select a handgun only division then you will use the handgun only in every stage.

We will be using par time for each stage. It may vary depending on the complexity of the stage.

Everyone will shoot the same stages at the same distances. Holsters will be required for carrying the handgun if you have selected a division that requires it. As with the PCC you may have as many ammunition carriers as you like for the handgun.

The Particulars:
1. Caliber; .22 Rimfire (short, long or long rifle), 9mm, .40, .45acp
2. Red Dot and No Optic will be in different divisions.
3. 10 rounds in the gun to start and all reloads will be 10 rounds only except for Open division where any capacity is OK.
4. The carbine must have a shoulder stock.
5. No slings
6 You must have and use a chamber flag. We will have those available for sale for any who do not have one.
7. The carbine is transported muzzle up at all times when it is in your hand. This is to minimize swinging the rifle in close quarters.
8. 3-gun, cowboy carts and stroller carts are fine with no gun case because the muzzle will be up or the cart faced into the berm to un-cart the rifle.
9. A wagon is fine but the gun must be in a rifle case when in the wagon.
10. No handguns on your belt.

All rifles will be magazine fed. You may carry as many magazines as you wish. You may use a dump pouch for extra capacity if you wish. You may use any style of magazine pouch or holder.
The .22 rifles can be AR style such as M&P15-22 or conventional rifle style like Ruger 10/22 or other maker of like rifles. A .22 conversion top on a multi-purpose lower is fine.
The 9mm, .40 or .45 rifles can be any variety of AR style carbine or other manufacturers concept for the caliber. Camp-9 and -45 or the Ruger PC4 or PC9 as examples of the variants.

Please remember that the online check-in at registration must be done by 8:30 so as to not lose your spot.

Online waitlist and walk-up waitlist will be worked through in the order that they signed up.

Feb
11
Sun
Prado IDPA – 2nd Sunday @ Prado Family Shooting Park
Feb 11 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Feb
17
Sat
Prado IDPA on 3rd Saturday @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Feb 17 @ 7:30 am

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Feb
25
Sun
PCC+1 Pistol caliber carbine and handgun match @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Feb 25 @ 7:30 am

The match will be paper and steel. Accuracy will be required. Distances possibly out to 40 yards and minimum 25 rounds per stage. The round count will be generous. Bring lots.

If you select a division for PCC and handgun then you will use both in every stage.
If you select a PCC only division then you will use PCC only in every stage.
If you select a handgun only division then you will use the handgun only in every stage.

We will be using par time for each stage. It may vary depending on the complexity of the stage.

Everyone will shoot the same stages at the same distances. Holsters will be required for carrying the handgun if you have selected a division that requires it. As with the PCC you may have as many ammunition carriers as you like for the handgun.

The Particulars:
1. Caliber; .22 Rimfire (short, long or long rifle), 9mm, .40, .45acp
2. Red Dot and No Optic will be in different divisions.
3. 10 rounds in the gun to start and all reloads will be 10 rounds only except for Open division where any capacity is OK.
4. The carbine must have a shoulder stock.
5. No slings
6 You must have and use a chamber flag. We will have those available for sale for any who do not have one.
7. The carbine is transported muzzle up at all times when it is in your hand. This is to minimize swinging the rifle in close quarters.
8. 3-gun, cowboy carts and stroller carts are fine with no gun case because the muzzle will be up or the cart faced into the berm to un-cart the rifle.
9. A wagon is fine but the gun must be in a rifle case when in the wagon.
10. No handguns on your belt.

All rifles will be magazine fed. You may carry as many magazines as you wish. You may use a dump pouch for extra capacity if you wish. You may use any style of magazine pouch or holder.
The .22 rifles can be AR style such as M&P15-22 or conventional rifle style like Ruger 10/22 or other maker of like rifles. A .22 conversion top on a multi-purpose lower is fine.
The 9mm, .40 or .45 rifles can be any variety of AR style carbine or other manufacturers concept for the caliber. Camp-9 and -45 or the Ruger PC4 or PC9 as examples of the variants.

Please remember that the online check-in at registration must be done by 8:30 so as to not lose your spot.

Online waitlist and walk-up waitlist will be worked through in the order that they signed up.

Mar
11
Sun
Prado IDPA – 2nd Sunday @ Prado Family Shooting Park
Mar 11 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Mar
17
Sat
Prado IDPA on 3rd Saturday @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Mar 17 @ 7:30 am

8 Stages of IDPA shooting.

The match is limited to 91 shooters. Use the Practiscore link to sign up online.
You must pay to register and ensure your spot in the match.
Match fee paid online is $42.

If the match is full when you register online you will be placed on a waitlist. The people on this waitlist will be approved into the match in the order of registration if others drop out.

If you choose to walk-up and take a chance on there being a place at the match you will be placed on a waitlist until 8:30am.
At 8:30 we will approve shooters from the online waitlist first and then the shooters on the walk-up waitlist into the match until we reach the maximum of 91.

Match fee paid at the match is as follows;
IDPA member (must have number) $35
Non-IDPA member $40

IDPA members who pay online will get a $5 refund at the match.

There is no charge to observe the match. Please sign a waiver at the registration desk before going onto the range.

If you are new to our match there is a mandatory ‘New Shooters’ briefing at 8:00am in the rifle range. Please have your unloaded pistol in your holster before coming to the briefing.

If you have shot other pistol games or attended a Front Sight or other shooting school pistol course then you are in good shape to learn the IDPA way.

If you have just bought your first gun and want to participate in IDPA you will need a class to help you gain the necessary skills. FFT, LLC offers a beginning class for competition shooting. This will supply you with the necessary skills to enjoy IDPA.

Definitely come out and observe a match. You will find our staff and shooters happy to answer questions or explain our sport. Identify yourself as an observer at the sign-in table so we can give you some attention. It is OK to attend the ‘new Shooter’ briefing as well to get a base perspective of the range rules.

Mar
25
Sun
PCC+1 Pistol caliber carbine and handgun match @ Prado Olympic Shooting Park
Mar 25 @ 7:30 am

The match will be paper and steel. Accuracy will be required. Distances possibly out to 40 yards and minimum 25 rounds per stage. The round count will be generous. Bring lots.

If you select a division for PCC and handgun then you will use both in every stage.
If you select a PCC only division then you will use PCC only in every stage.
If you select a handgun only division then you will use the handgun only in every stage.

We will be using par time for each stage. It may vary depending on the complexity of the stage.

Everyone will shoot the same stages at the same distances. Holsters will be required for carrying the handgun if you have selected a division that requires it. As with the PCC you may have as many ammunition carriers as you like for the handgun.

The Particulars:
1. Caliber; .22 Rimfire (short, long or long rifle), 9mm, .40, .45acp
2. Red Dot and No Optic will be in different divisions.
3. 10 rounds in the gun to start and all reloads will be 10 rounds only except for Open division where any capacity is OK.
4. The carbine must have a shoulder stock.
5. No slings
6 You must have and use a chamber flag. We will have those available for sale for any who do not have one.
7. The carbine is transported muzzle up at all times when it is in your hand. This is to minimize swinging the rifle in close quarters.
8. 3-gun, cowboy carts and stroller carts are fine with no gun case because the muzzle will be up or the cart faced into the berm to un-cart the rifle.
9. A wagon is fine but the gun must be in a rifle case when in the wagon.
10. No handguns on your belt.

All rifles will be magazine fed. You may carry as many magazines as you wish. You may use a dump pouch for extra capacity if you wish. You may use any style of magazine pouch or holder.
The .22 rifles can be AR style such as M&P15-22 or conventional rifle style like Ruger 10/22 or other maker of like rifles. A .22 conversion top on a multi-purpose lower is fine.
The 9mm, .40 or .45 rifles can be any variety of AR style carbine or other manufacturers concept for the caliber. Camp-9 and -45 or the Ruger PC4 or PC9 as examples of the variants.

Please remember that the online check-in at registration must be done by 8:30 so as to not lose your spot.

Online waitlist and walk-up waitlist will be worked through in the order that they signed up.