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someone post what the different classes are in the different competitions for me. or a link to where they are broken down for me.

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If you asking about USPSA or "IPSC" check out www.USPSA.org and look up classes. It's as fancy or plain jane as you want for just about every kind of shooter. The Mississippi Classic in Byram this weekend will be a good example of the spectrum of classes. Shooting starts at 0900 Sat & Sun. It will be at the Magnolia R&P club and is open to the law abiding public.
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Which type of competition do you need information about?

For IDPA, try here: http://www.idpa.com/

I couldn't find a great link for NRA Action Pistol, but this is a start:
http://www.nrahq.org/compete/actionpistol.asp

As for the divisions in USPSA, Racine posted the link, but you can also check out my long post in this thread:
http://www.msgunowners.com/uspsa-ipsc-f35/what-can-you-shoot-uspsa-with-t4179.htm

Hope that helps. If you are interested in information about a different type of competition, let us know as there is probably someone here that shoots it!
 

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DBChaffin said:
Which type of competition do you need information about?

For IDPA, try here: http://www.idpa.com/

I couldn't find a great link for NRA Action Pistol, but this is a start:
http://www.nrahq.org/compete/actionpistol.asp

As for the divisions in USPSA, Racine posted the link, but you can also check out my long post in this thread:
http://www.msgunowners.com/uspsa-ipsc-f35/what-can-you-shoot-uspsa-with-t4179.htm

Hope that helps. If you are interested in information about a different type of competition, let us know as there is probably someone here that shoots it!
Thanks Bryant that is what I am looking for,
 

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Glad to help. If you have any future specific questions about a division or competition, ask away. Lots of knowledgeable folks willing to help around here. I have limited knowledge about some of the competitions out there, but I should be able to help if the questions are about USPSA. I don't claim to know it all, but I can probably find the answer or put you in contact with someone that has it.
 

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The main thing was for the mods to the guns(trigger, sights, etc) what puts them in the next class up. and mainly steel to start out with. I am gonna try to make it to the Mag classic this weekend and watch a little.

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Gotcha. For what it's worth, the main USPSA rulebook is here:
http://uspsa.org/rules/2008HandgunRulesindexed.pdf

and USPSA Production Division rules revisions are here:
http://uspsa.org/rules/2009_Production_Rules_Revisions.pdf

and the Production Division approved gun list is here:
http://uspsa.org/rules/production_list.php

I can help with the official steel challenge rules a bit, and a copy of them can be found here:
http://steelchallenge.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/SCSA%20Draft%20Rules%20for%20dist2-17.pdf

However, the club in Byram is not technically an affiliated club (hence the "Renegade" name) and I don't believe they recognize all of the divisions or categories listed in the rules. I haven't shot a match with them since the fall I think and haven't seen any results since then, so I could be wrong about that.

Hope you can make it out to the Classic. I'll be around somewhere working the match. If you get a chance, stop in and say "hello". Any of the match staff, especially the ones on the 4 wheelers (Match Director, Range Master, or score sheet runners) ought to be able to point you to where I am. I will note that a local match will be much more relaxed than the somewhat hectic nature of the Classic. Having to run the sheer volume of shooters through the stages adds to the pressure, but it should be a great match.
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