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The National Police Shooting Championships

The 59th National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC) will be conducted by the Mississippi Highway Patrol Pistol Team at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy in Pearl, Mississippi.

NRA NPSC is open to law enforcement members from public and private sector agencies as well as military police. No pre-qualifying competitions, scores, or NPSC invitations are required to register. New shooters are welcome. Officers will compete against others of the same skill level using the NRA Police Pistol Combat Classification system.

The Championships are returning to its prior schedule format and will run from Monday, September 18 through Wednesday, September 20. Zeroing / Practice Day will be on Sunday, September 17.

Competitors can get zeroed in and acclimated to the range and weather conditions by firing the Magnolia Classic Regional prior to NPSC on September 14 and 15.

As last year, the Championships will have the NPSC Postal component with several NPSC Postal Tournaments conducted around the country as part of the NPSC program. This allows competitors to participate in the NPSC program, even if they cannot make it to NPSC Pearl.

NPSC Postal Tournament Information Sheet

NPSC Postal Tournament Application

Competitors seeking to earn NPSC National Champion status or set a NPSC National Record must shoot at NPSC Pearl. Competitors firing at NPSC Postal locations will be part of the NPSC Postal Championship Final Bulletin and Awards Schedule and will be eligible for regular Registered Tournament National Records.

Check out past results from the National Police Shooting Championship 


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Law Enforcement Firearm Competitions

The NRA Law Enforcement Division offers a complete police shooting program to police departments and law enforcement agencies to encourage patrol officers to gain more experience, training and time on the range using their duty firearms.