Originally Posted by jonesy
Here is a link to clubs near you that hold USPSA matches.
I would suggestthat you go and watch a match and see if that
would be something you might be interested in. There is safety
training or a safety check of some sort before you can compete in
USPSA. Sone of the clubs also do IDPA,if that is more to your liking.
Go to a match, ask questions--shooters are a friendly bunch. Don't
go buying a lot of equipment until you shoot a few matches. With a
Glock you will probably want to start in Production division, or maybe
Limited 10 or Limited.
WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
USPSA Shooting is HIGHLY ADDICTIVE. I got hooked about 10 years
ago. Now have pistols and gear for all 6 divisions, and a 20,000 round
a year habit. You have been warned.