The USPSA Mobile App, designed to meet the needs of USPSA members before, during, and after USPSA matches. Includes rules, classifier calculator, classification info, classifier stage diagrams., finding matches, clubs, match results, and membership info.

What’s New


Now with Push Notifications!

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

dcoke22 ,

A worthwhile initial effort.

The first screen is a login screen, which means you need credentials even just to look at the rules. The app has ads and apparently no way to get rid of them. The actual rules in the app seems to be an endless PDF with no internal navigation. One might have to scroll for hours to get to the bottom. There are errors in the typography in the rules. The app crashed on me after playing with it for a few minutes.

On the plus side, the rules seem to be cached on device after being downloaded for the first time. Finding clubs and match results seemed fairly straight forward. The organization of the app is clear and easy to understand (although I find the animation between screens a little gratuitous and slow).

Terrorx5 ,

Great App for your match results!

Great app! The only way this app could be better would be to charge $20 for it and give me digital copies of Ben Stoeger’s Dry Fire and Fundamentals books! 😂😂 I can look at my match results and classifier results easily. Very helpful. As I train and learn the sport, I can track my progress. Also, for Nationals I can track the results of my favorite shooters. It even has your membership card (with all current division ranks). I don’t understand the low ratings. This app helps me so much. 10/10. Great work!

noway41101 ,

Pointless without signal

There is no reason the app shouldn’t have the classifier calculator data as well as all rule books embedded into the app so wifi or LTE isn’t needed. Most ranges are not within service so we still have to carry a paper rule book or use another app to store the PDF. CmCalc had the classifier calculator available in 2010 without needing service so why doesn’t the “official” app have it too?

App Privacy

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