Basic Description: Our IDPA club matches consist of at least four stages ranging from very basic to quite difficult. We usually offer a mixture of scenario and standards stages. Scenario stages are recreations of self-defense events that could or have actually happened. Standards stages are tests of basic gun handling/tactical skills. Folks new to IDPA, or who might be checking out our match for the first time, should acquaint themselves with the IDPA Program Information on this website, particularly the New Shooter’s Guide.
Match Fee: $15. NCRR members receive a $5 discount. To re-shoot the match in the same division: $5. You must rotate to the end of the sign-up list when shooting a second time.To re-shoot in a different division, the full match fee is due.
Brass: This is a lost brass match.
Start/End Times: Set-up is between 2-3:30 pm and the 1st 4 people who set up shoot for free. The last 4 people who stay to tear down shoot for free. No appointment is needed to participate. To be flexible we usually take walk-ins until 9:00 pm – the matches run as late as 11:00 pm, but can close as early as 8:30 pm. If you expect to arrive later than 8:30 pm, you should call NCRR first to ensure that we are still taking shooters. 757-488-9861
Basic Requirements: Minimum caliber: .380 (BUG division only), 9mm (all other divisions, except CDP). Bring at least 100 rounds of ammunition. Semi-Autos: You will need at least 3 magazines – one in the gun and 2 reloads. Revolvers: You will need at least 3 speedloaders or moon clips. BUG: You will need at least 4 magazines-one in the gun and three reloads. Holsters: No small of back, crossdraw or shoulder holsters allowed. This is all covered in the rulebook – please read it.
Dark/Low-Light Stages: Occasionally, we run one or more dark or low-light stages. You are encouraged to bring at least one hand-held flashlight.
Ammunition Restrictions: No steel core, steel clad, hollow point or armor piercing ammunition allowed. Wolf ammo is banned on the NCRR range.
Pre-Requisites: You do not have to be an NCRR member to shoot our matches. You do not have to be an IDPA member to shoot your first three matches, however if you wish to continue participating you must join IDPA. You can do so online by clicking here or over the phone (870-545-3894). NCRR is an affiliated IDPA club and follow IDPA rules.