We are pleased to announce that the 2019 National Police Shooting Championships will be held at the Mississippi Highway Patrol range facility in Pearl, Mississippi. The Practice & Zeroing Day will be held on Sunday, September 22.
The Championships are open to public and private law enforcement members and select law enforcement members of the U.S. military. This is not an invitation-only match, it is not a Point Series, there are no lottery slots you have to try for, and no club slot you have to be selected for. Everyone is welcome to come to the National Police Shooting Championships, whether you just shoot one Championship match and come just for a day or shoot all of the Championship matches and join us for the entire event.
You don’t have to be a High Master shooter to attend or do well at the Championships. In fact, High Masters and Masters make up the smallest group of shooters who attend the Championships. Like all Police Pistol Combat Tournaments, you compete against shooters in your own skill Classification level. You can even shoot as an Unclassified Shooter if you have never fired in a NRA match.
We will also be working with our Supporting Partners to offer full-day certified Tuition-Free Armorer Courses again this year. This training is free, and registration will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. In years past, we have offered courses by Glock, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Walther, DoubleStar, and others.
As it becomes finalized, information about the NPSC Host Hotel, Daily Tournament Schedule, Registration, Practice Day Ticket purchase, and the Law Enforcement Equipment Exposition will be posted here at the NPSC Home Page.
So, turn your leave request in now, and start getting your guns and gear together for the 2019 National Police Shooting Championships.
Check out past results from the National Police Shooting Championship
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.