In 2007, Capt. Phillip Hemphill of the Mississippi Highway Patrol took his ninth title in his final appearance as a competitor at the NRA National Police Shooting Championships.
Border Patrol’s Robert Vadasz wins 10th straight NRA National Police Shooting Championships—his 11th victory overall.
The 2019 National Police Shooting Championships begin September 23 in Pearl, Miss.
Out of the five featured stages, our favorite was the semi-blind sniper golf stage. Sniper teams engaged steel targets of various sizes out to 1000 yards, with the shooting distance determined via a timed run. Yes, you carry all your gear while running.
On September 23-25, the NRA National Police Shooting Championships will be at the Mississippi Highway Patrol range in Pearl, Mississippi.
U.S. Border Patrol Senior Agent Robert Vadasz is the 2018 NRA National Police Shooting Champion—securing a ninth consecutive victory and his 10th overall win at the match—which ties the current record
NRA created the Tactical Police Competition program to encourage patrol officers to spend more time training using their duty firearms. The additional practice time, live-fire exercises, and challenges hone their skills and provide additional experience with duty firearms
U.S. Border Patrol Senior Agent Rob Vadasz racked up his ninth victory at this year's NPSC held in Albuquerque, New Mexico
TPC is designed to provide live-fire training opportunities for police and sheriff’s deputies.