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Old 02-25-2021, 8:05 PM
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Default USPSA and other Nor Cal Shooting Matches

We compiled most matches and venues along with a calendar. Go to www.actionpistol.org.
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Old 02-26-2021, 7:54 PM
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We compiled most matches and venues along with a calendar. Go to www.actionpistol.org.
Thanks for posting this! I will say that if you are looking into shooting USPSA this will get you squared away with where to take an intro class and local clubs.

My take on some of the Sac local clubs:

Sons of Action Pistol:
Good mix of technical and turn and burn stages. Stages with multiple stage plan options with higher round counts and great staff of shooters.

El Dorado EDPS:
They do very well with having 3 bays and 6 stages. Good variety of movement and stage plan options. Not too many hoser stages, but they do bring out a lot of barrels for harder shots that make you slow down and get your hits. And great group of people setting up the stages and running the match.

CAPSL:
More of the hoser turn and burn stages with some technical stages. Overall a fun match. Perfect for the social media video posts

NCPS:
Tends to have more traditional style stages. Not sure how to describe that, but a little less on the movement side overall. More no shoots and hard cover with some distance shooting.

Solano Targetmasters:
Another club that does a great job with 3 bays and 6 stages. Stages offer more traditional and technical stages. Not too many hoser stages. Match tends to fill up quickly.

Richmond Hotshots:
They put on a good skill builder and tester match. There tends to be a lot of tight shots mixed in with memory stages and some hoser stages.

Lincoln Rifle club:
Good mixture of hoser and traditional stages. No classifier stage which is a bummer.

WNPL:
Its been about two year since I have shot up there with them. But they too put on a good mixture of hoser and traditional stages. If the weather is windy, it can really slow down the day and cause reshoots (steel prematurely falling). And make sure you bring some good shoes, the terrain is very rocky.
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