Shot two more IDPA matches this month. Both matches took place at the Austin Rifle Club and were hosted by Texas Tactical. It was uneventful in terms of how the Sig Sauer P229 ran, which is good given the malfunctions I most likely induced last month.
First match in May and my fifth overall was not what I was hoping for. It was a smaller turnout and I came in dead last place in the standard service pistol (SSP) division. Overall it wasn’t my worst performance in terms of overall time which was 218.42. […]
Another IDPA match complete. Not a significant improvement from the prior match one week ago, but an improvement nonetheless. Time to practice for the next match.
Third IDPA match complete. Not much difference in my overall performance since the last match, but there were some takeaways – such as practice, practice, and practice.
I believe participating in local IDPA matches helps improve proficiency with firearms. With some training and practice, anyone can become a better shooter. Keep reading to see how I faired in March.
Shooting my first IDPA match was a humbling experience. But it won’t be my last as I seek to improve my shooting skills.