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IPSC With A Boomershoot Attitude

Practical shooting, regulated by the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and governed in the U.S. by the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), is the politically correct phrase for a simulated game of combat shooting.  There are cardboard targets that represent good guys and bad guys.  You go through a course of fire shooting all the bad guys as quickly and accurately as you can.  We use those same targets, attach boomers, and change the flavor of the game.  Because a boomer will completely destroy the cardboard target we change the scoring a bit .  Most people find IPSC intense and exciting.  IPSC with a Boomershoot Attitude takes it to a whole new level.

Intended audience

This adventure is for experienced IPSC shooters with a center-fire rifle.  You must have documented proof of having shot in two or more IPSC matches.

Equipment required


A centerfire rifle (semi or full auto preferred).  A full auto is unlikely to give you any advantage.


A minimum of 100 rounds of ammo.


Eye and ear protection.


Clothes appropriate for the weather.  Contact us a few days before your visit to get a better idea of the conditions.

Optional equipment


Red-dot or conventionally scoped rifle.


Knee and elbow pads.

Overview of the adventure

Three IPSC like stages.  Targets will range from 25 yards to 100 yards away.