The Warsaw Rifle & Pistol Club, 2141 N. CR 150 W., will host over 300 practical shooters when competitors from 15 states and Canada converge on the city Aug. 10-12 for the 2012 Indiana USPSA Section/State Championship Pistol Match.
Practical Shooting is the most dynamic of the shooting sports and is often referred to as ‘Run & Gun’ for its fast paced, shoot on the move format. During competition a shooter can expect to face several stages, or courses of fire, comprised of a variety of targets and obstacles which he or she must navigate in the shortest period of time with the highest degree of accuracy.
The United States Practical Shooting Association, established in 1976, is the governing body of Practical Shooting in the U.S. With 350 affiliated clubs and over 16,000 members, USPSA is the largest competitive pistol organization in the U.S. providing competitive shooting opportunities for shooters of all ages and skill levels.
Spectators are welcome to attend and watch over 80,000 rounds of ammunition go down range. Eye and ear protection is required and will be available in limited quantities at the range. Shooting will take place each day from 9 .m. to 5 p.m. The event is ponsored by SNS Casting.
For more information on the United States Practical Shooting Association, visit www.USPSA.org or contact the USPSA at (360) 855-2245.