Real World Gun

RWGAction1sReal World Gun matches, in the "IDSA style", test your skills with your carry firearm in your carry holster.  This tactical match mimics "the real world" so you're prepared for actual defensive situations.

Competitors may also register online at and at the Club before the match.

Optic sights are allowed as long as they are on a concealable firearm that you would carry.

Extended magazines (must fit flush with the firearm) are not allowed.

DPC approved holsters for competition may only be worn on shooter’s strong side at 3:00 or 9:00 o'clock positions and must be concealable. 

Only 9mm caliber and larger, subject to DPC's approved caliber list, can be used in this match.  Law Enforcement Officers may use their duty equipment.  Recommended round count for the match is ~150 rounds.

Concealed cover (vest, overshirt, jacket, etc.) is not required during summer months. (May-September)

Match Dates

Matches are held the 4th Saturday of every month, starting at 9:15 am. Click on the Practiscore link above or go to our Calendar from the main page to see the currently scheduled matches.  It is recommended you arrive approximately half an hour before the start time, so you can register and get your Range Officer assignment.  Matches are held in the North Action Bays.

Additional Information

RWGAction2sBoth members and non-members are welcome to shoot in Real World Gun matches.  However, non-members are restricted to participating in the match and will not be allowed to shoot before or after the match, unless accompanied by a member in good standing.

Scoring is a combination of raw time and penalties or procedurals.  Targets are scored 5, 4, and 3 points, from the center out.  A minimum of 8 points is required to neutralize a threat, unless otherwise indicated.

Penalties are 10 seconds added for each threat not neutralized and 10 seconds added for each non-threat (i.e. innocent bystander) engaged.

Procedurals are 5 seconds for each instance of failing to use cover, failing to engage threats in Tactical Order or Tactical Priority, and failing to perform reloads behind available cover.

  • Tactical Order: From behind cover, engaging targets as they are presented.
  • Tactical Priority: Without cover, engaging targets from closest to farthest.
  • Boarding House Rules: Each target is engaged once, near to far, before engaging again to neutralize.

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Match Results

Scores will be posted on Practiscore under "Dallas Pistol Club".


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