As a member of both USPSA and IDPA, I am familiar with the websites of both organizations. While the USPSA Website could use a bit of improvement, it was leaps and bounds better than the old IDPA website. When I first heard that IDPA would be working with Range Log to overhaul the site, I was eager to see how it would turn out.
Being a bit anal about tracking my shooting, the thought of the IDPA Website handeling that for me was very exciting. I would no longer have to transfer numbers over from NEPA IDPA Scores into a spreadsheet to collect data. Granted, I’ll probably still do the data transfer thing but it should be much simpler going forward.
I didn’t get a look at the New IDPA Website until tonight. I happened to see a friend and fellow shooter, Annette Evans, comment on the IDPA Facebook Page asking a question about the new site. I hopped on over to take a look and was pleasantly surprised. The new site has a modern look and feel which is a nice change from what it was previously.
I spent a little time poking around then updated My Shooter Profile. At this point I like what I see and am eager to see scores entered into my account. If you haven’t updated your Shooter Profile yet, I’d suggest taking a minute to do that. Once your finished, drop a link in the comment section so that we can connect.
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