The 57th National Police Shooting Championships were a huge success after returning once again to Mississippi. Hosted by the Mississippi Highway Patrol, NPSC has a new home and range facility in Pearl, Mississippi at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy. All of this year’s individual Match Bulletins, along with past years, are posted on the NPSC Past Results page.
Mark your calendars now for the 2020 National Police Shooting Championships, which will start with Practice Day on Sunday, September 20, and then kick off with Opening Ceremonies on Monday, September 21. The last of the fired matches will take place on Wednesday, September 23, and the NPSC Awards Banquet will be scheduled for that evening.
NPSC 2019 Roll Call of National Champions
NPSC Grand Champion - Open Class 3000 Aggregate Match 22 Setting a new record with 11 Championship wins - Robert Vadasz of the U.S. Border Patrol
Open Class Revolver Championship Matches Match 1: Robert Vadasz Match 2: Robert Vadasz Match 3: Arturo Velez Match 4: Gina Hernandez Match 5: Robert Vadasz Match 6 Open Class Aggregate Champion: Robert Vadasz
Stock Service Revolver Match 7: Robert Vadasz
Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship Matches Match 8: Robert Vadasz Match 9: Jason Crawford Match 10: Tony Simmons Match 11: Doug Peoble Match 12: Robert Vadasz Match 13 Open Class Aggregate Champion: Robert Vadasz
Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 14: Tony Simmons
Off Duty Sidearm Match 15: Paul Shumway
Distinguished Revolver Match 17: Nathan Fredrickson
Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 18: Robert Vadasz
President's Distinguished Aggregate Match 19: Tony Simmons
NPSC Law Enforcement Shotgun Match 20: Richard Kurina
Production Pistol Match 23: Gary Hutchison
Distinguished Production Pistol Match 24: Doug Peoble
Production Duty Optic Pistol Match 25: Anthony Bellipanni
We hope to see you at the Championships in 2020!
Check out past results from the National Police Shooting Championship
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