ASI shooting matches provide all shooters a way to practice that’s fun and builds social connections with other gun owners.
We’ve put together a series of simple courses oriented on the practical use of handguns — along with a scoring system that promotes a relaxed, friendly attitude (like a bowling league). ASI shoots are competitions, but we’re more concerned about having fun and learning something along the way than fighting for every point.
Each shooting problem you’ll face (called a “stage”) focuses on a particular experience or skill such as reloading, shooting around an obstacle, or shooting while moving.
The challenges you face will be “doable” for average gun owners, and are particularly suited to people who are (for example) learning to draw from concealment. The stages will repeat over the course of the year, giving you a chance to track your improvement.
What Gear Do I Need?
You need a safe handgun with two magazines or speed loaders. Yes, 22 rimfire handguns are allowed.
You’ll also need a case of some sort to carry the gun in when you’re not shooting.
How About Holsters?
Holsters are optional. Shooters who’ve been cleared to use a holster by our RSOs can start with a loaded gun in the holster, but most shooters start each stage with their pistol on a table, on the ground, or other position specified in the stage briefing.
ASI’s founders all have over 20 years of experience in semi-pro practical shooting competitions. That’s an intense, high-skill world that’s ill-suited for the “average gun owner.” With ASI , you get the match production and safety processes of these matches but with less intensity and technical demands. This results in a casual sport that is highly popular. Click on the links below to register today!
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