In recent years, competitive shooting has experienced an unparalleled craze. In IPSC we have noticed an increase in demand for Black Badge courses and our organization is constantly growing. Sports shooters have been wrongly bullied in the media and politically. This is why it is important to stand together more than ever.
With the rise of competitive shooting, new disciplines are being integrated into the existing one, which is in every way positive for the entire community.
Historically, IPSC competitions in Quebec are held on Saturdays. With the emergence of new shooting discipline, it is sometimes difficult for clubs to manage the schedules. Although the Association does not wish to interfere in the management of the clubs, we do believe in good relations. Here are some tips to ensure an agreement between the clubs:
- Coordinate the schedule of competitions between clubs before making them public.
- Hold IPSC competitions on Saturdays and move other shooting activities to Sundays (where possible) to maximize attendance at each event.
The Board takes this opportunity to thank all the IPSC affiliated clubs which contribute to the development of our sport.
IPSC Quebec Board