IDPA as a sport is quite simply the use
of practical equipment including full charge service
ammunition to solve simulated 'real world' self-defense
scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to
use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable
for self-defense use. No 'competition only' equipment is
permitted in IDPA matches since the main goal is to test the
skill and ability of an individual, not his equipment or
What are the goals of IDPA?
1: Promote safe and proficient use of guns and equipment
suitable for self-defense use.
2: Provide a level playing field for all competitors to test
the skill and ability of the individual, not their equipment
3: Provide separate divisions for equipment and
classifications for shooters, such that guns with similar
characteristics are grouped together and people with similar
skills compete only against each other.
4: Provide shooters with practical and realistic courses of
fire that simulate a potentially life-threatening encounter
or that tests skills that would be required to survive a
5: Offer a practical shooting sport that is responsive to
the shooters and sponsors, with unprecedented stability of
6: Offer a practical shooting sport that allows the
competitors to concentrate on the development of their
shooting skills and fellowship with other likeminded
IDPA (International Defensive Pistol Association) Matches at BORCC.
Matches are scheduled for the first Sunday of every month.
Match Fee - $15.00.
Registration for the matches is on line at
PractiScore.com or the day of the match.
Available Shooting Spots for the match are limited!
PractiScore.com is given first preference.
You must register or confirm your
PractiScore.com registration between 8:00 and 8:45 am “Local Time” the day of the match.
If you do not confirm your
PractiScore.com registration the day of the match with an entry fee before 8:45 am your spot may be given to someone on the wait list.
Safety briefing and stage walk thru starts appx 8:45 am.
First shot appx 9:00 am.
Interested shooters feel free to visit an event or discuss the sport with any of the IDPA shooters at a BORCC meeting or send an e-mail to BORCC with your questions.
BORCC / IDPA
Click on the links below for photos of our event.