Sunday, June 8, 2014
The website is on its way back, please check here for FRIDPA club announcements and score postings.
Some pages may not work for awhile please have patience.
Any questions please email Info@FRIDPA.com
The International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) is
the governing body of a shooting sport that simulates self-defense scenarios
and real life encounters. It was founded in 1996 as a response to the
desires of shooters worldwide. The organization now boasts membership of
more than 20,000, including members in 50 foreign countries.
The firearms are grouped into five (5) divisions: 1) Custom Defensive Pistol (.45ACP semi-automatics only); 2) Enhanced Service Pistol (9mm (9x19) or larger caliber semi-automatics); 3) Stock Service Pistol (9mm (9x19) or larger caliber double action, double action only, or safe action semi-automatics); 4) Enhanced Service Revolver (.38 caliber or larger double action revolvers); and 5) Stock Service Revolver (.38 caliber or larger double action revolvers). See Appendix One – Equipment for delineations in the revolver divisions. Shooters are then classed by like-skill levels with progression from Novice (NV); to Marksman (MM); to Sharpshooter (SS); to Expert (EX); and, finally, to Master (MA).
We will post a cancellation notice on our website ( www.fridpa.com ), in our forum ( https://www.ar-15.co/forums/114-Shooting-Sports-and-Events ) and send out emails (once you attend your first match and have requested to be added to our email list). We try to make the Go/No Go call the night before the match so check the website/forum for cancellations the night before the match and before you head out to the match on the morning of the 2nd Saturday & 3rd Sunday.
In order to participate in Front Range IDPA matches, shooters will need to have either:
Front Range IDPA©
has a camera policy that if a non-shooter/non-member wants to come to a
match and take pictures, movies, likenesses, etc., of the match/shooters,
they must seek and obtain prior approval from
Front Range IDPA© B.O.D.
The 4 rules of gun safety
The 1st Rule of Gun Safety - The Gun Is Always Loaded!
The 2nd Rule of Gun Safety - Never Point A Gun At Something You're Not Prepared To Destroy!
The 3rd Rule of Gun Safety - Keep Your Finger Off The Trigger Until Your Sights Are On The Target!
The 4th Rule of Gun Safety - Always Be Sure Of Your Target And What Is Behind It!