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Old January 10, 2014, 06:12 PM   #1
texastactical
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IDPA Classifier San Antonio Sunday 1/12/14

EVENT: IDPA *CLASSIFIER*
DATE: Sunday January 12th
LOCATION: **Cedar Ridge Range**
SIGN UP: **0900HRS - 0945HRS**
INFO: WWW.TEXASTACTICAL.NET

Texas Tactical will be holding the 90 round IDPA
classifier on Sunday January 12th 2014 at the
Cedar Ridge Range between San Antonio and Austin, Texas.
Everyone is welcome to attend!!

Sign up: 0900hrs-0945hrs

IDPA requires all shooters to shoot the
Classifier at least once a year. You are also
required to be classified in each division that
you plan on competing in at the Regional, State
and National level.

We highly recommend that you come out and get
classified. There are many benefits to being
classified. It allows you to compete with people
of your own skill level and classification. It
also allows you to track your progress and
improvement over time. So if you want to get
classified, or maybe you think your skill level
has improved enough to move up to the next
classification level, or you just want some good
trigger time. Come out and shoot with us!!


Michael "Iron Mike" Webb
Texas Tactical
WWW.TEXASTACTICAL.NET
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