I went and shot the South Carolina State IDPA Championship this weekend. It was a fun and challenging match. I shot CDP SS with my XD .45 Tactical. Here is the video
Let me guess, USPSA guy right? You are getting cover calls because you are not using cover properly. If you want to blow & go, shoot USPSA. Cover means that, cover, if you can see more than one target while engaging another, you are not behind cover, pretty simple. The idea is to not get shot, use cover when it's available. Sure the props are not true cover, but kinda hard to build conc walls & such for a match. Shooting from cover is the hardest part for noob IDPA guys & guys coming form USPSA, that & the ridiculous bunnyfart loads that IPDA 125PF allows. There are no factory 40 that make 125PF & few 9mm that anyone would carry. The min PF is my pet peave, why I shoot CDP.Sorry, but this makes me want to vent about one of my IDPA pet peeves.
So annoying to hear. Everytime I shoot, I get the "cover" complaint. Last time I checked 90% of walls are not cover. If they want to teach people something useful, they should teach them to get on a knee or prone.
Appreciate it. I've been looking into that club for few and have been in contact with Jack Suber out there and finding out more about it. They also have some steel challenge competitions out there that I am thinking about competing with my S&W M&P 15-22 in.