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?
Are you enrolled in a RO or CRO class and wondering how to access the pre-course materials? After you have registered online, you will get an email with the link to the NROI Learning System. If you didn’t get the email, please login to your USPSA account and update your email address. It’s very important that your email address is up-to-date so you will get the link to your exam as well be notified annually for your renewal exam. USPSA also will send reminders to renew your membership to that email address.[Read more…] about Accessing the NROI Learning System
We see all sorts of walls in USPSA matches. In our sport, walls are used to obscure targets, control the competitor’s view of targets from other positions, to control competitor movement, and to define a shooting area. We see solid walls, see-through walls, walls that start on the ground, and walls that have gaps underneath. But what is considered a wall per the rules?[Read more…] about What makes a wall, a wall?
Here is a question that was submitted to this site: “Rule 8.7.1 does not specify what the penalty is for moving away more than one step from the make ready position while taking a sight picture. So a competitor steps up, shuffles 3 -4 steps over and takes a sight picture, I then move him back, BUT is there a penalty?”[Read more…] about Make Ready….Wait, get back here!
We are trying a new thing on nroi.org. We have added a poll to the homepage with a Question of the Month. The main purpose is to see where our USPSA members are with their rules knowledge, but also to hopefully expand their rules knowledge when we discuss the results the following month. For March, the questions was “What should a RO do when a popper that is hit does not fall during a course of fire?”[Read more…] about Pesky Poppers
Since USPSA transitioned to evergreen, or all electronic, rulebooks in January 2019, there have been a lot of questions as to why? My old rulebook was still good? Why do we need a new rulebook?[Read more…] about Why the evergreen rulebooks?
Last spring, USPSA launched the new NROI Work Record function on the USPSA website. The NROI Work Record is accessed through the member Profile or Classification Record pages. In the past, only Range Masters had to log major match work to maintain certification, but now all certified Range Officials can log their work at Level II and above matches.[Read more…] about The NROI Work Record