USPSA is a fast-paced, action-packed sport based on accuracy, power and speed
(Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas – DVC). Shooters compete in one of eight divisions using either a pistol, revolver or pistol caliber carbine (PCC).
Matches will be held on the third Sunday of each month from March through October, weather permitting. Each match will have 5 to 6 courses of fire, one of which may be a classifier.
Beginners are welcome, but you must be able to safely draw a handgun, perform reloads and navigate our courses of fire. If you have never shot an action shooting match (USPSA, IDPA, 3-gun, etc.) before you will be required to attend a pre-match safety briefing prior to your first match. Handgun shooters will need a holster that completely covers the trigger/trigger guard. You will also need enough magazines to complete up to a 32-round course of fire (not including make-up shots). The number of magazines needed will depend on your division. PCC shooters are required to use a chamber flag. USPSA has an extensive set of safety rules; we highly recommend reviewing them before your first match. The competition rules can be found on the USPSA website:https://uspsa.org. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at the email below.
Registration for each match will be via Practiscore at https://practiscore.com/clubs/york_uspsaand will open a week before the match. Scores will be posted to Practiscore. We will also post registration information and scores to the blog.
For more information on York’s USPSA matches,
contact Russell Fortney or Jim Liang at:
For more information about USPSA, visit their website at: https://uspsa.org/
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