• Cross Timbers Action Shooting Association


    Cross Timbers Action Shooting Association offers the Greater Fort Worth, Texas area shooters a venue for the shooting sports of IDPA, USPSA, Carbine and PCC. If you are as excited about shooting as we are, then come out and shoot your first match for FREE (range fee not included). Cross Timbers holds 14 regular matches per month at private and public ranges. If the month has a 5th Saturday there is a carbine match. If the month has a 5th Wednesday there is a BUG match at Defender Outdoors.

    IDPA matches are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays at Total Shooting Sports(TSS) in N. Richland Hills, starting at 6:00pm. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays are IDPA nights at Defender Outdoors and on 4th Wednesday we hold a defensive carbin / rifle match. At Lone Star Guns Gallery and Gear in Weatherford we shoot IDPA on the 1st Friday of the month from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. (please no lead or steel core ammo at indoor matches)

    We have two outdoor IDPA matches at JCSSA on the 2nd Sun and 4th Sat of every month, starting at 10am. Two matches are also held per month at CCCS range in Cresson, TX. USPSA on the 1st Sunday and IDPA on 3rd Saturday, both start at 10am.

    If you're new to competition - start here: http://ctidpa.com/content.php?55-getting-started

    For the most up to date info always use our match calendar. https://www.google.com/calendar/embe...merica/Chicago

    If you're new to competition shooting and you live near the Fort Worth area, this article will help you get started now. ...

    Welcome to Cross Timberís IDPA! The International Defensive Pistol Association, founded in 1996, is an organization that promotes defensive pistol shooting as a sport, using equipment to solve simulated "real world" self-defense scenarios. All participants will learn and practice responsible gun handling while having a great time.

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    FAQ 


    What does it cost to shoot an IDPA match?
    The cost to shoot a match is broken down into two parts.
    #1. Range ...

    Every top shooter was once a beginner. Every top shooter arrived at his first match with a stomach full of butterflies and wondered what how he was going to get through the competition.

    The format of a typical USPSA match has not changed much since the sport was first founded. There may be some regional differences in how matches are run, but this guide should give you an idea about what to expect, as well as teach you some of the terminology that you will encounter at the range.
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    CTASA has a phone number that will inform you of the current match status. This will be updated by the Match Director if there is any chance the match may be cancelled.

    Have you ever woke up in the morning to rain in your part of Texas and wondered if the range is dry or under 6 feet of water? Call the Match Hotline and see if the match is a go. If the match is going to be cancelled there will be a message on the hotline stating that the match has been cancelled.

    Put this number in your phone!

    817-470-4952