Type into your web browser: www.practiscore.com If you do not yet have an account registered with Practiscore the select the Register button. Register using an existing social media account or manually input details. Use Register button. Congratulations you now have a Practiscore account. Use the link sent on the Ihawu announcement group to find the event you wish to register…

 Open Division, Info found in Appendix D1 of the rule book.  Standard Division, Info found in Appendix D2 of the rule book.  Classic Division, Info found in Appendix D3 of the rule book.  Production Division, Info found in Appendix D4 of the rule book.  Production Optic Division, Info found in Appendix D5 of the rule book.  Revolver Division, Info found…

Major and Minor factor are the two power factors floors recognized in IPSC. Thepower factor of a firearm is calculated using the formula of Bullet Weight (grains) times Velocity (feet/second) divided by 1000. Minor Power Factor is 125 and Major is 165 in USPSA competition. Production Division is the only division that forces all competitors to be scored minor power factor so all the other divisions are acutely aware of making sure they get the…

For handgun and rifle, any FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) ammunition is allowed.  This us usually the cheapest ammo. Armour piercing, tracer / incendiary ammo are strictly prohibited. For shotgun normally we use #7 (or #7 ½) birdshot, unless otherwise advised prior to the match.

You do not need to spend a lot on equipment to get started.  This is the minimum needed: Common Gear: Eye Protection – any eye protection would be allowed, however, proper ballistic shooting glasses are recommended. Hearing Protection – any hearing protectors such as foam type will be allowed, however proper shooting muffs are recommended. Handgun Gear: Firearm – a handgun of 9mm Luger…

Yes, you are very welcome! Just please remember, for safety, everyone on the range must wear spectacles or safety glasses and hearing protection. Feel free to ask the range master to show you around, and to tell you more.

No. Note, to own a firearm you need competency training as required by the law/Police. The club will provide all training needed for the sport – this will need to be completed before been allowed to participate in club events.

Ihawu has embraced technology and presently uses the Practiscore match scoring system, this allows us to post scores directly after an event has finished. we recommend all members to signup for a free Practiscore account so that they can register prior to an event, reducing our pre-shoot admin time considerably. Target Scoring Policy Unless otherwise specified in the written stage…

The primary reason for the development of the IPSC Classification System (ICS), was the member demand for a national and international ranking system that provides a vehicle for true peer-to-peer recognition. POLICY ICS is a dynamic system meaning competitor classifications will move up or down based on their performance. Classifications are calculated by Division. Competitors will need to submit scores…

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Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

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