The Manitoba Defensive Pistol League was founded in 2006 to provide a launchpad for defensive pistol & handgun competition in Manitoba. We are the IDPA Provincial body for Manitoba.
Our goals are to create safe shooters, great competitors, and a expand on our strong shooting community. We have partnered with the International Defensive Pistol Association to provide great training packages, combined with expert instructors, in a discipline recognized around the world.
We had a great kickoff to the 2018 season, thanks to everyone who came out. There was healthy competition for the 1911 cup with 11 shooters in the running. Four one hundredths of a second decided the winner with Tom G coming out on top!
January Pistol & 1911 Cup
1911 Cup winner & Top CDP – Tom G – 114.59 (14)
Top SSP – Andrew SH – 120.63 (2)
Most Accurate – Andrew SH – 2 points down
Shooters can compare their scores on the 5×5 stage to the new IDPA Classifier: http://www.idpa.tech/the-5×5-classifier-abbreviated/
Full Match: MDPL IDPA Jan 27, 2018
Tentative match dates for 2018 are now posted – 2018 Schedule
Our next match is the 1911 Cup happening on January 27th at the Firing Line in Winnipeg.
Don’t forget to renew your CSSA membership, you can do it online or at any match. $45/year: CSSA MEMBERSHIP
Thus endeth another MDPL season! Thanks to all the volunteers who helped set up and to all our competitors for coming out. The 2018 schedule will be posted in early December.
October Handgun – Score (Points down)
Top ESP – Clarke A – 94.8 (16)
Top SSP – Tom G – 67.67 (5)
Most Accurate – John K – 3 points down
Full Match: IDPA_Oct_14,_2017_Results
October Shotgun – Score (Points down)
Top Enhanced – Clarke A – 113.73 (8)
Top Stock – Tom G – 68.31 (0)
Most Accurate – TIED – Tom G & John K – Zero points down (Great shooting guys!)
Full Match: IDPA_Oct_14,_2017_(Shotgun)_Results
We generally follow the IDPA Defensive Multi Gun rules for our matches which you can find here: IDPA DMG Rule Book The following rule amendments are MDPL club rules: Stock Division – A MAXIMUM of 12 rounds of ammunition are allowed … Continue reading