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Prado IDPA – 2nd Sunday

When:
June 10, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm
2018-06-10T07:30:00+00:00
2018-06-10T14:30:00+00:00
Where:
Prado Family Shooting Park
17501 Pomona Rincon Road
Chino, CA 91708
USA
Contact:
Lief
714.206.7043

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.