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Volusia Gun & Hunt Club

schedule.html
rso-schedule.html
localendar.com
rsoschedule vcghcrso10

Match Results
- ICORE
- IDPA
- CFDCC
- USPSA
- Steel

4645 E. SR 44 New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 (386)717-1394

* 2nd Saturday – STEEL Challenge
2nd Sunday – IDPA
* 3rd Saturday - ICORE

3rd Sunday - Defensive Carbine
* 4th Saturday - USPSA

St. Augustine Practical Shooting Assn (SAPSA)

directions/map to F.O.P Range
*
3rd Saturday - USPSA

Ancient City Shooting Range

3021 Agricultural Center Drive
S. Augustine, FL 32092
(904)808-8558

* 2nd Saturday - Carbine
* 4th Saturday - USPSA

Titusville Rifle & Pistol

calendar.html
Floyd's match schedule

* 1st Saturday – USPSA
2nd Sunday – STEEL
3rd Sunday - IDPA
4th Saturday - Bowling Pins (schedule)

Central Florida Rifle & Pistol Club

14646 Wewahootee Road, Orlando, FL 32862

1st Sunday – IDPA
3rd Saturday - TAC 3gun (idpa)
* 3rd Sunday – USPSC
4th Sat - IPSC 3gun
4th Sunday - ICORE
5th Sunday - IDPA Classifier
* 5th Saturday - STEEL IPSC
Scores: http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/cfuspsa/
          bs369-M8e-yahoo

Port Malabar Rifle & Pistol Club

directions - 610 Hurley Blvd, Palm Bay, FL

* * * 2nd Saturday - USPSA

Gainsville Target Range

directions - 1610 NW 65th Place, Gainsville, FL 32653

* * * 1st Sunday – USPSA

Shoot Straight

1349 S. Orange Blossom Trail Apopka   (407)889-0842
4700 South U.S. Hwy. 17-92 Casselberry  (407)834-2242
3909 North U.S. Hwy. 301 Tampa   (813)627-8550

Seminole  Gun & Archery

2390 Gun Range Rd., Geneva, FL 32732
407-349-5152

Strickland’s Shooting Range

East Orange Shooting

7210 Gardner Street
Winter Park, FL 32792
(407) 679-1995

UNIVERSAL SHOOTING ACADEMY

4300 C.R. 630 East
Frostproof, Florida 33843 USA
            (863)635-3425      
FAX: (863) 635-5277

 

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Shooting Sports

http://ipsc.org/
http://www.uspsa.org/
Match Results, Club = FL03 (titusville)
http://classifiercalc.com/

Classifications (updated 5/16/2012): Member # A-71093
OPEN Class: U Pct: 0.00 High Pct: 0.00
LIMITED Class: D Pct: 38.20 High Pct: 39.09
LIMITED10 Class: U Pct: 0.00 High Pct: 0.00
PRODUCTION Class: U Pct: 0.00 High Pct: 0.00
REVOLVER Class: U Pct: 0.00 High Pct: 0.00
SINGLESTACK Class: U Pct: 0.00 High Pct: 0.00
Classification Bracket Percentages
Grand Master 95 to 100%
Master 85 to 94.9%
A 75 to 84.9%
B 60 to 74.9%
C 40 to 59.9%
D 2 to 40%

http://icore.org/
Excellent video on revolver selection & holsters, clip holders, ets


ICORE Num Last Name First Name Status Classic/Ret Ltd Opn
FL2650 Steimel Brad A U D U
95% to 100%
85% to 94.999%
75% to 84.999%
60% to 74.999%
45% to 59.999%
0% to 44.999%
     Grand Master
Master
A
B
C
D

 

http://idpa.com/
A47614 
Expiration Date: 8/17/2012

Competitive Concealment Vest

Classification Summary
Division Classification
CDP MM 
ESP MM 
SSP SS 
ESR SS 
SSR UN 

 

 

 

 


http://steelchallenge.com/
all stages

www.nra.org

 

Brad's Schedule:

* 1st Sat - Titusville USPSA
2nd Sat - VCGHC Steel Challenge
2nd Sat - Port Malabar USPSA
* 2nd Sat - SEPSA.com
3rd Sat - St. Augustine USPSA
3rd Sat - VCGHC ICORE
* 4th Sat - VCGHC USPSA
5th Sat - CFRPC Action Steel
* 1st Sunday – Gainsville USPSA
1st Sunday – CFRPC IDPA
2nd Sunday – VCGHC IDPA

2nd Sunday – Titusville STEEL
* 3rd Sunday – CFRPC USPSA
3rd Sunday - VCGHC Defensive Carbine

3rd Sunday - Titusville IDPA

 

FL CCW Gun Law

USCCA-WhatYouMustKnow.pdf
from BeforeYouCarry.com

ZERO Carbine Distances

What Guns to Shoot for IDPA & ICORE Catagories

Tips for shoot IDPA Classifier

22/45 Bolt Release Mod

22/45 Mag Safety Disconnect Mod

22-45Trigger Removal/Installation

Brad's Reloading Data

HandgunCartridgeStoppingPowerRatings.pdf

Hodgdon Reloading Data w/abbreviations!

Infinity Firearms 1911 triggers
http://www.sviguns.com/4008.php

S&W617 CUSTOMIZATION!!!!!!
(bbl, cylinder, trigger, hammer $1,050)
These guys also do CUSTOM work on the 625 and 686!!!

https://apextactical.com/store/product-list.php?pg1-cid4.html

Glockworx.com
     - ZEV 2# trigger for Glocks!!
     - Fulcrum Trigger for Glocks
Glocktriggers.com - complete drop in trigger units!
Glockstore.com - every Glock replacement/upgrade part you'll ever need.

617 mainspring & trigger rebound springs - wolff
s&w 625 springs - Miculek S&W Revolver Spring Kit. K, L & N Frame
Jerry's Revolvers

Everything Ruger Mark2,3 Great step-by-step Pics!!!!!
http://guntalk-online.com
http://guntalk-online.com/service.html

Bullets:
http://shop.snscasting.com/
http://www.montanagoldbullet.com/
http://www.rozedist.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=RZD&Category_Code=ZBJ-45ACP
http://www.
missouribullet.com/results.php?category=5&secondary=13

Primers & Powder
http://powdervalleyinc.com/

Dillon Precision – press
http://www.dillonprecision.com/
800-762-3845

MrBulletFeeder.com!!

Targets & Pasters
www.shootersconnectionstore.com

38 Super Brass
Graf & Sons 800.531.2666 

Dawson Precision – sights - get the matching rear (green) with red front!
http://www.dawsonprecision.com/

866-300-1911

HiViz Sights - don't use! Dawson costs more, but are much better!
http://www.hivizsights.com/
(800) 589-4315    

Optics:
- Cmore - small sts - railway
- OpticsPlanet
     - BurrisFastFire Combo - MTAC 1-4x24 Riflescope, FastFire II Reflex Sight, PEPR Mount
     - Burris1-4x 24 Fullfield TAC30 Illum  Ballistic CQ 5.56 Riflescope

Holsters:
- CR Speed
- Double Alpha

Shot Timer
http://www.cedhk.com/shop/products/CED8000-Timer.html

http://www.cedhk.com/shop/products/CED7000PRO-Shot-Timer.html
CED7000Pro website - instructional videos, and download stuff

http://www.cedhk.com/shop/products/Reverse-Plug-Retention-Clip.html

Chrony

http://www.shootingchrony.com/index.htm
master beta model

Stores:
taylorfreelance +10 mag extensions
http://www.midwayusa.com/
wolff gunsprings
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/
www.lonewolfdist.com
www.unholstered.com

Ammunition2go.com
www.brownells.com

Forum:
http://www.brianenos.com/

Guns I *need*:
- Ruger 2245 Lite
- S&W 627PC with the 9mm conversion ;)
- Glock 34
- Kimber Team Match II 9mm

Ammo:
-
http://centralfloridaammo.com/
-
http://azoneammo.com/
-
http://www.magsafeonline.com/
- CentralFloridaAmmo.com

IDPA and USPSA Ranks

what is the correlation between USPSA rankings and IDPA rankings, which I interpreted to mean that he was interested to know about what skill level an “A” class USPSA shooter would be in IDPA, or vice versa.

USPSA breaks its shooters down into the following classes:

Grand Master 95 to 100%
Master 85 to 94.9%
A 75 to 84.9%
B 60 to 74.9%
C 40 to 59.9%
D 2 to 40%

The percentage numbers are how many points out of the “best possible” the shooter was able to pick up on the classifier stage. As you can see, if you shoot somewhere in between 90% and 100% of the “max score”, you’ll end up with a Master or Grand Master classification. USPSA had dozens and dozens of different classifier stages, which are often inserted into matches so that shooters will keep their classification current.

IDPA on the other hand has a single classifier – it is fired as a continuous 90 round event, and your resulting time (since the classifier is scored using the Limited Vickers system, your time is your score) determines your class. IDPA has the following classes:

Master
Expert
Sharpshooter
Marksman

IDPA also has a provision that if a shooter in say, Sharpshooter wins his class and division (Stock Service Pistol: Sharpshooter) at a major match, he may be “promoted” to the next highest class, which in the example would be expert.

Now, as you can see, USPSA has more classes than IDPA. The time/skill required to shoot in IDPA Master class on the classifier is roughly in line with an “A” class shooter in USPSA, Expert with a “B” class, Sharpshooter with a “C” class, etc. That is not to say that an IDPA Master class shooter couldn’t be a USPSA Grand Master, but rather that after a certain skill level, IDPA no longer distinguishes between skills. Thus, the IDPA Master class can be almost deceiving in the amount of skill sets that it holds, as (for example) you have shooters such as USPSA Grand Master Dave Sevigny at one end, and at the other end you have people who just squeaked under the bar on the classifier.

Hopefully, this will help you provide a basis for comparing the two classifications. It’s not an exact primer, but if you’re holding an event at your club that accept shooters across the divisions, it should help you gauge the skill levels of your entrants with a bit more precision.