Hope you can join us for our next USPSA match at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park. http://thecmp.org/competitions/matches/talladega-practical-shooters/
First time at CMP Talladega, you must complete two separate requirements: CMP Safety briefing and sign a CMP Liability Agreement before heading out to Range 5. You may print and complete the waiver in advance or pick one up at the range. This process should take less than 20 minutes. After completing the orientation and paper work, come down to Range 5 which is west of the Main Club House.
Uncertain on your division, copy and paste the following link to your web browser: http://www.rbgc.org/USPSA/USPSAgear.htm
Still uncertain. Ask: firstname.lastname@example.org
You do not have to be a USPSA member to shoot this match. Non-members welcome and encouraged. Non-members should enter "U" for unclassified for their USPSA number.
New to the sport or been awhile, select Squad 1. We will assist you through the match.
Classifiers: Matches normally have one USPSA classifier. This match has six. Reshoots on classifiers for submission to USPSA for classification purposes are by prior Match Director approval only, are only to be done after the match, and require additional match fees to be paid in advance. I DON'T INTEND TO GRANT "ANY" RESHOOTS ON CLASSIFIERS. Check with me for additional details. If you are an active member of USPSA, please include you USPSA number in your registration. If your number is entered into your registration prior to the start of the match, your classifier will be sent to USPSA to be included in your classification.
Second Firearm: If you would like to shoot a second firearm at the match (i.e. PCC), please complete the following steps: Register twice for the match on PractiScore either prior to the match or at Range 5 on the day of the match, pay the $30.00 fee for "each" registration. If you have any questions concerning these procedures, please let me know. When you go to the line to shoot, you should only have ONE firearm on your person in accordance with USPSA rules. Finally, we expect all shooters to help reset stages and paste targets. If you are shooting two firearms, you are going to be very busy. Your decision to shoot a second firearm should not be an inconvenience to your fellow shooters. Good luck.