RICHMOND HOT SHOTS
Making Shooting Fun!
The United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) is a fun and fast action shooting sport that balances accuracy, power, and speed to test shooting ability. Richmond Hotshots is one of the west coast’s largest USPSA clubs with bi-weekly Level I USPSA matches!
USPSA matches are held on the 1st and 3rd weekend of each month with the main match on Sunday, and a Saturday afternoon builder’s match.
Richmond recognizes all USPSA divisions. You may register for only one division, on either day, per match.
Multigun matches are practical shooting events where each of the stages require the competitor to use a combination of handguns, rifles and/or shotguns.
Richmond Hotshots throughout the year hosts several 5 or 6 stage United Multigun League (UML) matches at Richmond Rod and Gun Club. The matches are scored using UML rules – Time Plus with expedition (reduced) level penalties. Maximum range of up to 50 yards for club matches, and up to 200 yards for major matches.
The International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) is the use of practical handguns suitable for self-defense use and full strength ammunition to solve simulated real world self-defense scenarios. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual. Richmond has IDPA matches every other month.