IDPA - International Defensive Pistol Association

Contact: Jack Ostendorf
Phone 918-259-9601 leave message


Online registration on Practiscore strongly requested.  Participants requested to bring exact change.  Competitor to bring own seating and beverages.



Rim Fire Pistol division (RFP) as well as Rim Fire PCC (RFPCC) are now locally recognized division options as the bottom fill circle choices on your Practiscore registration.  Can be either primary division or 2nd gun.  It includes ONLY .22 LR semi-auto pistols and rifles.  Match fee will be $5. We will be temporarily retiring our fall-down centerfire steel, using Steel Challenge (SC) steel.  SC steeltemporarily retiring our fall-down centerfire steel, using Steel Challenge (SC) steel.  SC steel is safety rated for both RF and CF; it will ring, but not fall.

  • All stage/string starts will be at low ready, safety off, finger out of TG unless stage begins in IDPA box, on table, etc. If stage starts with the RFP or RFPCC out of the shooters hand, the thumb safety will be engaged, if one is present.
  • Max loading per mag is 10 + 1 for pistol.  30 for PCC.
  • In most cases draws from a holster will be prohibited; MD will authorize exceptions on case by case basis. MD will determine if manual safety, if present, must be engaged on an individual basis.
  • Additional mags may be carried in any IDPA legal way.
  • No silencers permitted.
  • RFPCC will be handled on the stage just like a regular PCC.  Case and open bolt indicator required.
  • At ULSC the pistol or RFPCC will be checked for empty by the SO, not dry fired, then immediately cased or holstered.

From a course design standpoint, you may see foot operators and other means of operating moving targets.


A caution to those of you using some GPS locators.  A search for OCR&GC MAY send you to downtown Coweta.  That's about 4.5 mi south of the match location.  Use directions provided below unless you just want to see Main Street.

IDPA meets on the 1st & 4th Saturday of each month. Electronic on bay scoring in use.  Contact Match Director to pre-register for online link to pre-register.  Sign-in begins about 9:30,  Safety Meeting/Walk-Thru promptly at 10:00.   Match runs til 1 PM (-1 hr/+ 1/2 hr) with tear-down concluding about 2 PM.
Match fee is $15/ $10 OCR&GC members.  Match is open both to Oil Capital members as well as other individuals wishing to shoot IDPA matches.  Junior aged competitors (12-17) may compete. Most matches are +/- 100 required rounds . We suggest bringing 150 rounds.  Spectators are welcome; they must wear eye and ear protection when in the vicinity of the ranges.  All persons operating vehicles within club grounds are expected to obey posted speed limits of 15 MPH on general clubsite roads with 5 MPH maximum in the event use areas.  If you are followed by a dust roostertail its your clue to slow down, regardless of your speed.
You will need 3 magazines for your pistol (9mm) or larger caliber. A strong side holster, meeting Rulebook spec's,  is an IDPA requirement HOWEVER do not purchase just any holster until after your first match.  I encourage those without holster experience to start each stage with gun in hand. 
IDPA matches at Oil Capital are conducted under "cold" range rules.  All firearms worn by the competitors  at the match are fully unloaded (mag removed) and chamber empty.   LEAVE the unloaded firearm holstered until directed to load up on the bay by a Safety Officer .  The magazine well of semi-auto's will be vacant.  Holstering up ONLY of the unloaded match firearm at the vehicle  is permitted; no practice draws or other handling at the vehicle.  Other unloaded firearms handling is permitted ONLY at the Safety Handling Area tables,  located at marked locations on the bays.   A Safety Handling Area sign is at page bottom; follow its instruction closely. 

Our 2nd gun program is working fine; here it is again.


  1. The 2nd handgun must be one that will properly fit in the SAME holster and use the SAME mag carriers as the 1st gun. 
  2. Gun swap out may be at the start box directly under the commands of the PSO.  Shooter will bring the gun to the line in a case or gun bag. Gun swaps may also be done at the safety table. 
  3. PCC could be shot as the 2nd gun.   Users have found the easy way to get the PCC mag pouch into play is to put it a tad behind the 1st division mag carriers and leave that pouch in place.  The gun competed with in the first division can also be shot in a 2nd division for which it qualifies under the mag cap rules of that division.  Also possible could be a standard division gun followed by a Carry Optics (CO) gun.  That would work if the standard division gun will meet safety spec’s in the CO holster that would have to be worn for both guns.
  4. For match reporting purposes, the 2nd gun will be denoted by having the initials (ex. SSP) between your first and last name on the results.  PCC and CO reported in the NFC category.  You can tell how you would rank in the 2nd gun div/class this way. 
  5. Reminder that 2nd guns must be transported in a gun bag or case.  PCC’s must have a chamber flag device in place (available at match for $2 if you lack one.)


A couple reminders regarding PCC: 1) use of chamber flags is mandatory. We have them available at a modest price if you don’t have one.  2) for all PCC’s not actually cased the carbine shall be vertical and remain so until the SO states LAMR.  Upon stage completion they shall remain vertical until cased. 



BEWARE GPS AND OIL CAPITAL RANGE LOCATION:  Some GPS locators provide erroneous information to access the range; others work just fine.  If your GPS directs you to “take 101st St. to 305th E. Ave” discontinue its use to locate Oil Capital; default to the directions below or the map provided.  The GPS location for the 101st Street Gate is 95 degrees 38'  2.291" West, 36 degrees 1' 9.718" North. The following streets, 91st St, 101st and 111th St South, do not run through to 305th East Ave from the west.

FROM EAST/NORTH:   US-412 and OK-66 come together just at the east outskirts of the Tulsa metro area.  Take US-412 East approximately 1 mile to Creek Turnpike.  Take 2nd right (south) 7 miles to 71st St/Kenosha exit.  Turn left on 71st/ Kenosha.  You will need a couple dollars worth of coins to feed the toll booths.  Follow BALANCE DIRECTIONS.

FROM WEST/SOUTH:  From I-44, US-169, and Hwy 75; take their junction with OK-51 and proceed eastbound toward and just past Broken Arrow.  Take exit off OK-51 marked Kenosha St. Turn left, and then go 1/3 mi. to intersection of Kenosha/71st. with 193rd East Av.  Follow BALANCE DIRECTIONS.

BALANCE DIRECTIONS:  Proceed east on 71st/Kenosha approximately 7 miles.  Road will change from a 4 lane to a 2 lane.  Look for County Maintenance barn on RH just before the first 4-way stop.  At this FIRST 4-way stop, turn right (south) on 305th East Ave/Coweta Rd, and then go exactly 3 miles.  Turn left on 101st Street South and then immediately left again into Oil Capital Club site drive.  Proceed into Club site; bear right at the “Y” to the match area. 



16th Annual Badlands Regional &

Oklahoma State IDPA Championship

was a sucess and is in the record books     


Thanks to the following Major Match Sponsors:


Springfield Armory hand guns and rifles for concealed carry and competition shooting




We'd like to recognize 2A Shooting Center for

providing FFL services to the match.

2A Shooting Center



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