USPSA in Georgia

Welcome to the Georgia Section

This is the website for USPSA Practical Shooting in Georgia. Here you’ll find information on our clubs, details on the matches we host, and information on how to get started in this great sport.

John McWilliams at the 2005 Area 6 Championship

Just as Georgia offers everything from the seashore to the mountains, Practical Shooting in Georgia runs the gamut from small 3 or 4 stage indoor matches on weekday evenings to full, tournament level, day-long, 8 stage outdoor matches. Every month, just about every week of the year, one of Georgia’s USPSA affiliated clubs is hosting a match to challenge the expert shooter and introduce the novice to the most fun sport around: USPSA shooting.

Whether you are a new shooter, a veteran, or a “never fired a pistol in my life” person; man, woman, boy, or girl, Georgia’s USPSA clubs are here for you. Any of our clubs would love to have you visit and share in the fun. Veteran shooters at each club are always willing to share their knowledge and safely introduce you to the sport of practical shooting.

If you are reading this, it is assumed that you have some interest in shooting, either for recreation, self-protection, or both. USPSA shooting can provide you with recreation for the entire family as well as hone your defensive skills. (Click on the picture to your left to view the USPSA’s Introduction to Practical Shooting video.) While Practical Shooting is first and foremost a sport, there is no finer way to learn the shooting skills that may one day save your life or the life of a loved one. Safety is the paramount consideration at all USPSA functions, first you learn to safely handle firearms, then you develop shooting skills, and all the while you are having fun! Such a deal! provides links to the various Georgia clubs, their schedules of events and club contacts. Please feel free to contact any of them, they would all be glad to hear from you, and answer any questions you may have about the sport. These clubs are all places you can visit with your families, people from all walks of life are there, and the only thing that matters is that you be safe and courteous.

Click here for Directions to Clubs in Georgia

Go ahead and contact a club near you, and join in the fun with a great bunch of people! We’re waiting to hear from you.

Randy Arrowood
Section Coordinator
Georgia Section USPSA, GA-05

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