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Old 01-21-2013, 4:39 PM
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Default 2013 Central Calif. IDPA Championship - June 29-30

The match director for the event just informed me of the details of this year's Central California IDPA Regional Championship. This is a sanctioned IDPA match in the Central Valley. This is a great match with interesting, clever, and tough stages. The range is a little out of the way, and Merced isn't particularly sexy, but it is a really worthwhile match if you want to be challenged and compete against some great California IDPA shooters.

Name: 2013 Central California Regional Championship Match
Place: River Oaks Range, Winton, CA
Club: Midvalley Defensive Shooters
Match Date: June 29-30 (SO and Staff- 29th, Competitors- 30th)
Maximum # of Non-Staff Competitors: 100
Registration Fees: $60 with sandwich lunch included on Sunday only.

Registration information is available on the match website: http://www.safetyfirstshooting.org/h..._regional.html
Registration form: http://www.safetyfirstshooting.org/2013RegionalApp.pdf
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dang, why's it gotta be sunday. i'll spread the word though.
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Less than 2 hours driving from the Bay Area. Not bad.
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It is almost that long from Sacramento...but well worth it. I like to stay the night before in Merced to save a long drive in the morning

The match last year was friendly, imaginative, and challenging. It was my first Regional and they made it less overwhelming.
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Awesome, looking forward to attending my first regional match.

Now I just need to join IDPA and shoot the Classifier.
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100 total entries across 5 divisions? Average 20 per split amount 4 classifications? Or are they only accepting SS and above?

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100 total entries across 5 divisions? Average 20 per split amount 4 classifications? Or are they only accepting SS and above?
It's actually 100 slots + staff/SOs. Trust me, unless you have a huge range, you don't want to try to run more than 100 shooters through a major match in a single day (unless you are going to compromise and have small round counts on each stage).
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Believe me more than a hundred shooters at a Regional Match is more than enough.

My club gets 120+ for our monthly matches and it is a long day with just simple stages
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Understood, just trying to figure out the breakdown. How do they determine who gets in?
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Believe me more than a hundred shooters at a Regional Match is more than enough.

My club gets 120+ for our monthly matches and it is a long day with just simple stages
Looking forward to shooting with you again Tang.

I've come a long way since our little one on one tutorial. I even scored my first second and third place win at the GSSF match in Vegas last weekend.

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Understood, just trying to figure out the breakdown. How do they determine who gets in?
I believe that they are accepting Marksman and higher. Slots will probably be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

Note that since this is not a state championship, they will probably be able to accommodate everyone who wants to sign up.
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Looking forward to shooting with you again Tang.

I've come a long way since our little one on one tutorial. I even scored my a second and third place win at the GSSF match in Vegas last weekend.
Sounds like me did very well at GSSF...you really maximized your travel with all the classes you competed in.

Looking forward to seeing you again too.

If you are coming up the night before, give me a buzz and we'll do dinner
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Sounds like me did very well at GSSF...you really maximized your travel with all the classes you competed in.

Looking forward to seeing you again too.

If you are coming up the night before, give me a buzz and we'll do dinner
I started shooting GSSF with PM720, and he convinced me that the more divisions I shoot the better my chances are at winning a random gun. So now I always shoot five, and everyone hates me at the match.

Dinner sounds like a plan. I'll keep on touch as the match gets closer.
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We better start working on the Taft Crew. It might be a bit warm by that time of the year. Oh well, that is why IDPA is more important than your life.
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The match application is up on the website. Click onto the links for information. For specific questions email the match director, the link is located on the bottom of the match information page.
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I see they are planning on 11 stages .... anybody got an idea on the anticipated total round count ?

This was a great match last year. The facilities and the staff did a fantastic job. I hope to make it again this year.
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An online printable version of the application is now available.
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An online printable version of the application is now available.
Here is the link:

http://www.safetyfirstshooting.org/2013RegionalApp.pdf
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Just a FYI; Unless you are classified as "Master", you must shoot a classifier within 12 months prior to the Regional match.
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Hoping to make it this year. Had to back out at the last minute in 2012.
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Building on the last few years' success, join us for this Regional.

Some top notch shooters intend to participate so each classification promises to provide more of that even-handed competition. I was surprised last year about how the scores followed the class divisions.


Well, we have over 50 signed up now. The slots are filling fast.

SOME OF OUR SPONSORS
This year we have some of the same and some new sponsors.

Bear Creek Bullets is donating supplies for the prize drawing. Bear Creek is a local company with a wide reach. There's a lot of Bear Creek in our berms around here.

Safariland is donating to the prize table as well. One of the Team Safariland shooters, Bobby McGee, will be competing with us this year. He is also a shooter sponsored by the Rudy Project along with our match director, Allen Lowe. I'm losing count of the former state champions shooting our event this year - at all levels. Bobby McGee is a USPSA Grandmaster and has taken IDPA state championships in California and Oregon in multiple divisions. His credits are far to lengthy to post here.

5.11 Tactical is also continuing as a sponsor from last year and will be contributing to the prize table. It is great to have continuing support for our little corner of the IDPA world. Thank you sponsors and thank you so many leaders and volunteers.

is also sponsoring our regional this year with several training certificates valued at about $540.00 each. I know shooters who took some of their training in San Diego when they were known as Blackwater and this will be quite a prize along with the others. Bill Go, Director of ACADEMI Southwest, is intending to shoot the match so, again, our second sanctioned regional seems to be getting a good response. I have heard from quite a few who intend to sign up but you may want to secure a spot sooner rather than later.

Heck, we may even have a way to keep the buffalo out of our stages this year. Last month, we only needed one cowboy, sans horse, to shoo them along.

More info. is to come but you can see a partial list of competitors HERE: http://www.kona45.net/2013_Competitor_List.html

If you are looking for good competition in a congenial atmosphere, join us for a safe day on the range.

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100 total entries across 5 divisions? Average 20 per split amount 4 classifications? Or are they only accepting SS and above?

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It doesn't break down like a GSSF match. You will be shooting one division in your class on your assigned squad. SSP Sharpshooter/Marksman tends to be the largest population, followed by CDP/ESP, revolvers being sparcely populated. Here are last years results.

http://idpa.com/matchresults/2012/20...n_Gate_Reg.pdf


Here is a breakdown from the 2012 IDPA Nationals

http://idpa.com/2012_match.asp


Total Shooters by Division and Class

Total DM MA EX SS MM

CDP 70 3 11 22 26 8
ESP 130 3 23 35 40 29
SSP 114 1 28 34 34 17
ESR 13 1 1 2 8 1
SSR 17 1 4 6 4 2

Total 344 9 67 99 112 57

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Bump. Match is more than 1/3 full.
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Last year the dates didn't work for Wendy and I. Looking forward to making this one this year.
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Looking forward to seein y'all there...lucky for me the range is only 10 minutes away
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We now have 56 competitors signed up - not counting the ROs this time. I know of about ten who are intending to sign up but just haven't sent their form yet. So, it appears there are about 30 slots left. If you are interested in joining us, you may wish to get your registration in.

This year, we'll have three photographers so there will be loads of pictures. The photographers will be out at this month's match to verify equipment with sound activated triggers and etc.



We will have interesting stages with something to challenge all levels of shooters again.
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Here is the official round count: 122, 10 stages. There will be a little of everything to cover all shooting techiques, plus a few new evil props. This should be an "E" ticket ride!
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We are getting to capacity. As of April 16th, we had 71 spots officially registered so there were only 29 competitor spots left. The max is 100. If you have been considering this event, you may wish to send your registration materials soon. I know of others intending to sign up.
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Here are a few pictures from the photographers at last month's match. They were practicing for the Regional. This is looking through the port on Stage 1 . . .



On Stage 1, the shooter needed to take out the steel headlights, then the kidnappers . . . .

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Here are a few pictures from the photographers at last month's match. They were practicing for the Regional. This is looking through the port on Stage 1 . . .



On Stage 1, the shooter needed to take out the steel headlights, then the kidnappers . . . .

I'm guessing there was a shoot through penalty on the no shoot? As in shoot through the kidnapper and hit the no shoot?

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Yes. The "no shoot" narrowed the options. Stage 1 had two ports and two jeeps. Here is the other shooting position. The reload while on your mag carriers was another part of the challenge.

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Anyone have info on a classifier before this match?
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Anyone have info on a classifier before this match?
What area are you in? I need to put together one at Richmond in the next few weeks. Considering Saturday 5/18 or 6/1.
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I'm in Sacramento. June 1st works better. I'm out of town May 18th. SDPS is having a classifier in Aug but hoping to complete one before the June 30th mid valley match


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Here are a few pictures from the photographers at last month's match. They were practicing for the Regional.
Kind of a bummer for the out of town shooters to see the locals practice on some of the stages used for a Regional and then us from out of town can't preview them. Talk about stacking the deck.

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I think you are misreading the line you quoted.

"They" refers to "the photographers" in the prior sentence
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I think you are misreading the line you quoted.

"They" refers to "the photographers" in the prior sentence
Did you go to last years match. Remember the lawn mower stage#1

Link to IDPA Regionals 2012 River Oaks Range Winton, CA. Stage 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR2kPTnIYlg

Now the same clubs August match stage #3

Aug 2012 IDPA @ River Oaks Range Stage 3 Ant DO OVER

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNsD9-fWuDE

The same stage for the club match and then 35 days later use it in your clubs sanctioned match. That's called stacking the deck for the clubs shooters.

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Jerry:

Last month's stages were not designed by the Regional's stage designer. So it is unlikely that the yet to be disclosed Regional stages would be the same. We had a "Broken Strong Arm" stage and a "Trouble At The Picnic" stage but they just tested shooting and gun handling skills. It is hard to see how even repeating such stages would be an advantage anyway. There was nothing special to work out.



Even if a stage is repeated, I am not sure it creates any advantage. As I remember, my best time on the stage you cite was the first time I shot it. That stage went through a variety of adjustments. Indeed, most of the people who won their divisions and classifications at last year's Regional were from out of the area and had the advantage of seeing it fresh and just running their guns.



I suppose someone could claim that the stage designer should not shoot the match designed or that those who set up a stage should not shoot it because of an advantage but IDPA stages are set up to be straight forward so as to test shooting and gun handling skills. I'm just not sure it makes any real difference.

For instance, here is a stage from last month. There is just not a lot to figure out. Safely burn it down as you see it. If this stage is repeated, there appears to be no advantage. Again, this is not known to be a Regional stage, and is stated to me to not be, but would it really make a difference if it was?



The Regional's stages are, I am informed, designed to test your shooting and gun handling skills. I'm still trying to just improve my reloads. Now that would give me an advantage.



In reality, stages and props are tested over the course of months. Here is our match from a few months ago and the swinging drawbridge, for instance, may be used in the Regional in some stage. Who knows but the designer and headquarters at this point? The State coordinator may decide to adjust stages at the last minute as well. So, the walk through probably puts everyone on a level field for those who get really nervous at such matches. Gosh, I don't always get better scores on the classifier with repetition or, for that matter, the Glock stages or plates.



Again, though, it seems to me that a good stage tests your shooting and gun handling, not whether you can figure out the stage. The example you use, for instance, would not seem to reward shooting it before. You safely draw on the move, shoot on the move, use cover, slice the pie and assume no unusual positions.

If you are anywhere near us, please come out to shoot our May 25th match just in case there is some advantage to be gained. Me. I need more dry firing and reload practice no matter what the stage may be. Smoothing out my draw to a rock solid first shot also demands more of my attention. Transition practice too. Well . . . this is just the way I tend to view it.

BTW. 9mmepiphany had it right. The photographers are from the Bay area and came over just to practice and coordinate safety and photography angles/issues.
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