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USPSA vs. IPSC – 151

Shownotes are a work in progress today. Hang tight, I’ll get them completed in a bit.

This week we had a question from a listener about USPSA and IPSC, so we decided to explain some of the differences between the two to hopefully help people understand some of the differences. The two terms aren’t synonymous, so make sure you’re using the right one to describe what you’re doing.

Gear that Doesn’t Suck


It’s not expensive, and it’s not big and flashy but this week Ben talks about a simple little that he added to his range bag for major matches. It’s just a little $2 pill container that’s waterproof and easy to hide. He stuffed a $100 bill in it and hid it in his range bag in case he ever needs to arbitrate a call at a major USPSA match.

About Lucas

Editor/Head Honcho at Triangle Tactical. Lucas is a life long shooter and outdoorsman, avid concealed carrier and competitive shooter, and a lover of pork fat.

2 comments

  1. Same here, right-handed pistol shooter but left eye dominate. However, I have always shot a longarm left-handed. I stopped fighting it years ago.

  2. I’m with Mike (above). My left eye is dominant yet I’m right handed. Shoot my 10-meter target air rifles, smallbore target rifle and shotguns left handed (there’s no optics and the vision in my left eye is just way sharper).

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