The matches at the range are run as IDPA matches, but don't have the concealment garment requirement, as it can get quite warm in the building. The match consisted of 4 stages, requiring 48 rounds minimum. On the first stage we started with hands on the side wall. At the start, four targets are shot with one round each, while moving to cover, then again with two rounds each from behind cover. I finished that stage 4 points down. The second stage had just two targets, one of which was hanging from the range's target track. On the start that target started moving downrange. The gun was loaded with 6 rounds at the start, and all 6 were shot, while advancing, on the rapidly retreat target. After a reload the second target required exactly six shots as well, while retreating. The shooter had to be sure to count those shots and fire only 6 or incur a penalty. I was very happy with my shooting on that fun stage, with just 3 points down.
The last two stages I didn't fare as well on, but I was still pleased. Stage 3 was a 'stand and shoot' stage with two targets which had been cut up to make four reduced size targets. I had a miss on one target that I didn't catch, as I saw a "hit" that turned out to actually light coming through a previously pasted hit. Live and learn, and 9 points down. The last stage had the shooter seated in a chair, holding a "fishing pole," with the loaded gun in a box at their feet. To the shooters right were four targets; two low horizontal targets and two upright. Shooting was done while seated. The goal was to hit the "wild dogs" first with three shots each, followed by three hits on each of the bad guys. I went too fast on this one and had a few misses putting me 13 points down.