by NRA Staff -
Sunday, July 15, 2012
The opening ceremonies of the National Police Shooting Championships honored the men and women who serve and protect the American and International public.
In the revolver matches, competitors shoot in the prone, sitting and standing positions at a variety of distances. Here they are sitting to shoot at 50 yards.
Members of the U.S. Border Patrol shooting the 25-yard stage of the Semi-Auto 1500 Match.
Fifteen foreign countries were represented at this year’s National Police Shooting Championships. Here is one of the German teams before a match.
R. Lee Ermey stopped by the NRA booth to visit with the Eddie Eagle crew.
An officer prepares to conduct a room entry on the rifle course during the Tactical Police Competition. In the Tactical matches, scenarios are based around real-world police situations.
Lt. Col. Jason Beers, USAF, moving through one of the handgun stages during the Tactical Police Competition.
An officer reloads from cover while observing for threats in the shotgun stage of the Tactical Police Competition.
Robert Vadasz with the U.S. Border Patrol takes down his 12-shot group.
Stephanie Diaz of the L.A. Police Department and Robert Vadasz with the U.S. Border Patrol were the overall winners in the Open Class 3000.
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