Welcome to Competition Pistol One! The course starts with an introduction to IDPA and USPSA rules, regulations and the differences between the two. On the range, we are going to work competition specific drills designed to provide you with sound fundamentals that apply to any competitive discipline you choose. Time and accuracy are arbitrary measurements of your performance and everything we do is designed to enhance your ability to rapidly and accurately address specific targets within the allowed constraints of the competition. This course will give you the fundamental training program to advance to any level of proficiency you desire!


  • IDPA / USPSA Rules and Regulation
  • Stage Setup and Range Safety
  • Competition Pistol Fundamentals
  • Drills to Meet Specific Standards
  • Reading the Stage
  • Access to our Graduate Practice Library



Course Fee: $275.00

300 rounds of factory-produced ammunition required.

Rental firearms are available.

Rental fee includes equipment and ammunition.

Ammunition may be available for purchase at the range.

Prerequisite: Pass the Skill Check.

This course is a comprehensive overview of competitive shooting. We start with rules and regulations, and the similarities and differences between USPSA and IDPA. We will review marksmanship fundamentals with a slant on how they apply to competition and move into breaking down a stage into the key elements for scoring purposes. Throughout the day, we will be shooting drills specifically designed to get your rounds on target faster, and in compliance with the restrictions imposed by the rules and scoring. Between the timer and target, there is very little that is not measured in a competition, and today will improve your ability to improve your scores dramatically. Access to our professionally programmed practice drills is included with the course, and will be available online in our E-Learning Portal upon completion. We look forward to seeing you on the range!

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I see people doing the same thing over and over and over again yet still expecting a different result. Einstein called that the definition of insanity. I just call it a painful waste of time…


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