We are the Idaho Society of Practical Shooters (ISPS) and are a USPSA-affiliated club located within the Idaho Section of Area 1. ISPS uses the Nampa Rod and Gun Club as its home range, we host two practical pistol matches a month. We welcome all competitors and new shooters to come join us at the NRGC Outdoor Range
USPSA Match Schedule
1st Saturday: USPSA Match
3rd Sunday: USPSA Match
Set-up at 8:30 AM, registration can be found on Practiscore (https://practiscore.com/clubs/idaho-society-of-practical-shooters), and a new shooters meeting at 9 AM.
Adult: $15 for USPSA Matches
Junior: $5 for USPSA Matches
NRGC Members get a $5 discount
You do not need to be a NRGC or USPSA member to shoot one of our matches, though you may want to join NRGC and USPSA to take advantage of being a member of both organizations that support shooting sports.
So what is USPSA?
United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) is the U.S. affiliate of the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and most matches in the U.S. are managed under the USPSA umbrella organization and rules.http://www.uspsa.org/ USPSA is also the parent organization for Steel Challenge.
USPSA is an action-shooting sport which will test your marksmanship, gun handling skills, equipment, and even your problem solving skills. So if you like the idea of shooting in a dynamic environment where you’re moving, shooting around barricades, shooting while moving, shooting at moving targets, shooting at reactive targets, and generally enjoying being with like-minded shooters, this might be the sport for you!
What do I need to shoot a USPSA or Steel Challenge Match?
Chances are you probably already own a handgun and the basic gear to start competing in USPSA.
USPSA is comprised of six divisions into which most semi-automatic handguns and revolvers will fit into, and you DO NOT need a $4,000 race-gun to be competitive. There are divisions in which your 1911, Glock, XD or XDM, M&P, CZ, Tanfoglio, Sig, H&K, etc will fall into, and a minimal investment in magazines, holsters, and mag pouches is all you need to start competing in USPSA matches. However if you own a $4,000 custom race gun, there is even a division for you!
There are some basic requirements, and one of them is the handgun must be safe, and must be chambered in a 9mm or greater caliber. A serviceable strong-side holster is also required, and you’ll need appropriate eye and ear protection. As some USPSA stages require 32 rounds, we recommend you bring sufficient magazines. A typical match requires 125-150 rounds of ammunition.
Got questions or want to be added to the ISPS mailing list? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org