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The National Police Shooting Championships

The 58th National Police Shooting Championships were a huge success thanks to our friends at the Mississippi Highway Patrol Pistol Team, who ran the Championships this year.

While the NPSC Postal element was added to the NPSC Program this year, NPSC National Champions are determined by scores fired at the NPSC home range at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy in Pearl, Mississippi.

2022 NPSC Pearl Roll Call of National Champions

NPSC Open Class 3000 Grand Champion - Aggregate Match 22

Setting a new record with 12 Championship wins, Robert Vadasz of the U.S. Border Patrol is the 2022 National Police Shooting Championships Grand Champion.

    • Open Class Revolver Championship: Robert Vadasz, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship: Tony Simmons, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Stock Service Revolver Championship: Tony Simmons, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship: Tony Simmons, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Production Pistol Championship: Jeremy David, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Production Duty Optic Pistol Championship: Ken Ryan, South Bend IN Police Department
    • Off Duty Sidearm Championship: Brett Sullivan, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Distinguished Revolver Championship: Robert Vadasz, U.S. Border Patrol
    • Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship: Douglas Peoble, Pinal County AZ Sheriff’s Office
    • Distinguished Production Pistol Championship: Douglas Peoble, Pinal County AZ Sheriff’s Office
    • President's Distinguished Match Aggregate: Douglas Peoble, Pinal County AZ Sheriff’s Office
    • NPSC Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship: Not Conducted
    • NPSC Duty Rifle Championship: Not Conducted

Since NPSC Pearl Statistical Operations were run by the Mississippi Highway Patrol Pistol Team, the Final Bulletins are in a different format from previous years and can be viewed by clicking here.

The tentative dates for NPSC 2023 are September 14-16, with the Magnolia Classic Regional on September 12-13.

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.