As competitors we always talk about stage plans: Where we will move to, when we will reload, the order of target engagement. The mental planning helps when it comes time to actually shoot the stage. But very seldom do we actually look at the stage from the RO perspective until we are handed the timer, and often it isn’t until the shooter is about to run us over that we realize that the stage is trickier to RO than we thought.[Read more…] about A stage plan…to RO?
Archives for May 2019
In USPSA we have two types of “lines” that we use to define boundaries on stages. Note that we differentiate between lines and other barriers like walls, barrels, and other physical barriers to movement. Lines are defined under 2.2.1 and subs as “Fault Lines” and “Off-Limits Lines”.[Read more…] about What’s Your Line?
USPSA and NROI are teaming up with Shooting USA to produce a series of short videos that will cover a variety of rules related topics and other pointers that will help match directors, range officials, and competitors further understand our sport and produce quality matches.[Read more…] about Coming soon – NROI Tips
TechwearUSA, the Official Performance Apparel of USPSA, and NROI are proud to introduce a new line of NROI jerseys for Range Officials. The new jerseys are color coded to reflect years of service as a certified Range Official, and there is an option to have a rocker denoting your certification level on the right sleeve.[Read more…] about New NROI TechwearUSA Jersey
I will admit, it sometimes is hard to keep all the different division equipment rules straight, we do have eight divisions now. But fortunately, we have a rulebook that outlines the requirements for each one in Appendix D. Yeah, some of the divisions use a single page and others span numerous pages, but all the information is there…you just have to look.[Read more…] about Show me the ruling!
The April question of the month was: Are IWB/AIWB holsters allowed in USPSA Competition Rules matches? For those of you asking what IWB means, it stands for “inside the waistband,” which is what a lot of people use for concealed carry. AIWB is just the abbreviation for “appendix inside the waistband” and refers to the location of where the holster is carried. So are these holsters legal in USPSA? Survey says:[Read more…] about Are IWB/AIWB holsters legal?