Oregon TCDPL April 30, 2017 IDPA Match

Oregon TCDPL April 30, 2017 IDPA Match

Apr 30, 10:00am - Apr 30, 3:00pm

Tri-County Defensive Pistol League
13050 SW Tonquin Rd
Sherwood, OR  97140 Map

***NO MUZZLES OVER THE BERM***
$15.00 to Play
Click on the "Tickets Available" Link to pre-register.
UDPATE: NFC DIVISION IS NO MORE
WE WILL BE CREATING NEW SPECIALTY DIVISIONS
PCC - PISTOL CALIBER CARBINE, COD - CARRY OPTIC PISTOL DIVISION, LLD, LIGHT AND LASER PISTOL DIVISION. HOLSTERS AND MAG HOLDERS MUST COMPLY WITH IDPA RULES. PCC IS A TEST DIVISION AT THIS TIME.
Divisions: SSP, ESP, CCP, CDP, REV, BUG, COD, LLD
Open to the public...please email: contact@tc-idpa.org
for further information.

Schedule
• 0800 Setup crews assemble by the stat shack.
• 0900 New Shooter Briefing on Bay 9
(Must be on time)
• 0830 – 0900 Registration & Payment – $15 cash
(at the stat shack)
• 1000 Match Start

Results are posted to Practiscore within a few hours, sometimes minutes, of the last shot of the match. To find the results:

1. Go to practiscore.com/results (New Window)
2. In the Search Box on the upper right enter TCDPL
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16 interested  ·  14 going

This is why, when racking the slide, you want to pull back the slide and let the recoil spring do the work. Assisting the slide forward or pushing it forward causes failure-to-feeds. Obviously the sandwich guy knew this. Also sweeping your feet with your finger inside the trigger guard is never a good idea even if the gun is not in battery.

Jimmy John's employee calmly reacts to gunpoint robbery

ABC News
CCTV footage shows a Jimmy John's sandwich shop employee calmly reacting to being robbed at gunpoint in Kansas City. Police are still searching for the suspect. abcnews.com
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Now imagine if that was you at the counter seeing that weapon at half battery...

Greetings,
With the ruling coming down from our friends at BATFE regarding shouldering braces; we will be allowing them to be used in the PCC division.
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Greetings,
With the ruling coming down from our friends at BATFE regarding shouldering braces; we will be allowing them to be used in the PCC division.

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Still 10inch barrel qualification right?

The PCC rules were scrapped prior to the Rev 2 finalization. It is not in the current rulebook. PCC was moved to a specialty division and there is nothing about barrel length in the new rulebook regarding PCC's. Therefore, unless I hear otherwise from HQ on the matter; less than 10 is golden.

But, wouldn't that be a rifle caliber pistol? 😛

How about an Executive Order hiring and additional 50 ATF staff to process the various forms...the current estimate is 330 days for a Form 1

Great news , calls for a drink 🥃

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April 25th

Jesse Asher

Hello all! I'd like to start doing some IDPA matches but I don't have any experience in defensive shooting or IDPA matches. Does anyone provide training that would help get me started? Many thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi Jesse, Visit our page at tc-idpa.org and follow the new shooter tab to get started. We have links to the IDPA rule book which is a great place to start familiarizing yourself with the sport. Thanks for the note.

Thanks Matt! I'll do that!

Hey Matt! I looked through a lot of that info, but I guess I'm looking for something a bit different. So, let me give you an analogy that's easy for me to convey. I ride motorcycles and have for a while. Now, I've never raced motorcycles on a track and it's a lot different than just riding my motorcycle on the road. I would never enter a motorcycle race and just go out and jump on the track without some kind of training first. I'd likely find someone that would be willing to show me the ropes and tell me how to ride on track in a race (even if I had to pay them to get the advice). Even watching a race, while beneficial, isn't the same as actually getting on the bike and racing on the track. I realize the analogy isn't perfect, but hopefully you get the idea. I'm looking to get some training to help me learn how to shoot in situations more complex than shooting at a single, static target down range. The IDPA matches would be to help polish those skills, but I'd like to actually get some skills beyond the basics first. Can anyone recommend some training in the Portland area that is just beyond basic pistol shooting?